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David Dunnington talks about his struggle with a rare melanoma and his success with an immunotherapy clinical trial at Fred Hutch’s clinical care partner, Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. He will be riding in Obliteride in August as a survivor!
David Dunnington talks about his struggle with a rare melanoma and his

Power of immunotherapy saves local man’s life

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Fred Hutch
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When Andrew Adams was 8, he got his first pet chicken. A few months later, his mother overheard him telling his beloved bird that he thought his body was trying to kill him. Andrew is autistic – but something else was going on. He had bouts of pain and fevers that kept getting worse and worse. Read on for more about Andrew's story and his amazing chicken, Frightful:
When Andrew Adams was 8 he got his first pet chicken A

A boy, his chicken and a bone marrow transplant

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yesterday at 00:25. Facebook
Washington State Trooper R.S. Padgett has had multiple chemotherapies, radiation treatment and three bone marrow transplants following a multiple myeloma diagnosis five years ago. But this young mother of two continues to take life’s obstacles head on. She shared her story of resilience and survival with us.
Washington State Trooper RS Padgett has had multiple chemotherapies radiation tr

Share your cancer story: R.S. Padgett

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Fred Hutch
Fred Hutch
06/22/2017 at 19:02. Facebook
Planning a garage sale this summer? Consider donating the proceeds to Fred Hutch! Our Fundraise for Fred Hutch pages make it easy, fun and tax deductible for your shoppers — all while raising vital funds for our mission. Visit the site to get started:
Planning a garage sale this summer Consider donating the proceeds to Fred

Help me fundraise for Fred Hutch

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Fred Hutch
06/22/2017 at 15:00. Facebook
A big #ThankYouThursday shout-out to our friends Tor and Nathan, who set up a Fred Hutch information booth outside their local grocery store in Bellingham. After studying leukemia in school this year, they were determined to raise awareness about the disease, and even collected $80 to go towards leukemia research at the Hutch. Thanks, Tor and Nathan!
A big ThankYouThursday shoutout to our friends Tor and Nathan who set
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06/22/2017 at 00:30. Facebook
We second the below sentiment! Join us for the 3rd annual Base 2 Space climb to the top of the Space Needle on October 1. [ Facebook.com Link ]
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06/21/2017 at 17:12. Facebook
We love our Innovators Network at Fred Hutch!
We love our Innovators Network at Fred Hutch

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06/21/2017 at 16:01. Facebook
Dr. William Grady of Fred Hutch shares his expertise with Men's Health on how to detect colorectal cancer, the second leading cause of cancer-related death in men in the U.S.

Almost all colorectal cancers start out as a benign colon polyp, according to Grady. Colonoscopies are the most powerful way to find and remove a polyp early.
Dr William Grady of Fred Hutch shares his expertise with Mens Health

5 Man-Killing Cancers You Might Not Spot Until It’s Too Late

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Fred Hutch
06/20/2017 at 23:21. Facebook
Dr. Sunil Hingorani's research on pancreatic cancer is fueled by his personal experience treating his father, one of the first patients he ever cared for.

"I'm still trying to settle the score," said the Fred Hutch scientist.

Now, researchers like Hingorani are learning how to outwit this rapidly lethal disease, CBS News reports.
Dr Sunil Hingoranis research on pancreatic cancer is fueled by his personal

Why pancreatic cancer is such a killer, and what's being done about it

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Fred Hutch
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06/20/2017 at 19:11. Facebook
In a tale of research going in unexpected directions, a team of evolutionary biologists has found that a gene family dubbed "wtf" can poison its own host. This so-called "selfish gene" yields no benefit to the host, a type of yeast, but may have driven the fungus's evolution.
In a tale of research going in unexpected directions a team of

A ‘selfish gene’ that poisons its own host

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06/20/2017 at 00:45. Facebook
Less than 50 percent of cancer patients recall discussing fertility risks with their doctor. LIVESTRONG wants to hear directly from cancer survivors about their experiences with cancer and fertility in order to close the fertility information gap.

With just 15-20 minutes of your time, you can help improve the daily lives of cancer survivors and assist them in planning for a full life after...
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Less than 50 percent of cancer patients recall discussing fertility risks with

Take the LIVESTRONG 2017 Fertility Survey

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Fred Hutch
Fred Hutch
06/19/2017 at 18:50. Facebook
Fred Hutch’s Cape Town Immunology Laboratory is featured in this Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation video as a partner in making South Africa a crucial innovation hub for medical research.

You can read more about Dr. One Dintwe, who manages the lab, and our work in finding a preventive HIV vaccine here: [ Fredhutch.org Link ]
Fred Hutchs Cape Town Immunology Laboratory is featured in this Bill Melinda

Innovation in South Africa

South Africa is a critical partner in research and innovation.

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Fred Hutch
06/19/2017 at 15:10. Facebook
Since 2013, local volunteers have raised over $200,000 in support of multiple myeloma research happening here in the Pacific Northwest. Join us on June 25 at Magnuson Park for the Defeat Multiple Myeloma 5K as we celebrate survivors and remember loved ones. Our ambitious goal: to raise $100,000 for research at Fred Hutch on cutting-edge new immunotherapy strategies for this disease.

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Since 2013 local volunteers have raised over 200000 in support of multiple

Defeat Multiple Myeloma 5K

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06/19/2017 . Facebook
Congratulations to Fred Hutch computational biologist Dr. Harlan Robins, co-founder of Adaptive Biotechnologies, who has received a Pacific Northwest Entrepreneur of the Year Award. He shares the award with his brother Chad Robins, who is president and CEO of the company, a Hutch spinoff that is a pioneer and leader in combining high-throughput sequencing and expert bioinformatics to profile...
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Congratulations to Fred Hutch computational biologist Dr Harlan Robins cofounder

Dr. Harlan Robins wins Pacific NW Entrepreneur of the Year Award

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Fred Hutch
06/18/2017 at 18:30. Facebook
Learn more about how our doctors are reprogramming T-cells to make them stronger and better cancer "killing machines" in this new video featuring #immunotherapy Drs. David Maloney and Stan Riddell.
Learn more about how our doctors are reprogramming Tcells to make them

Turning blood into living drugs to fight cancer

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Fred Hutch
Fred Hutch
06/18/2017 at 14:20. Facebook
When Camille's stepdad Bob came into her family's life when she was a little girl, he became a beloved father figure to her. Now, as he goes through a difficult struggle with metastatic melanoma, he's the reason she comes in to work at Fred Hutch every day. "In part, the reason why I do what I do is to honor him," she said.
When Camilles stepdad Bob came into her familys life when she was

Share your cancer story: Camille Boushey

Camille is motivated by her stepfather’s fight with cancer. She says she does her job at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, in part, to honor him.

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Fred Hutch
06/17/2017 at 17:31. Facebook
If cancer cells were a car, Dr. Eduardo Méndez at Fred Hutch has found a way to throw sand in the gears of certain head and neck cancers. With a new $2.2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), he aims to develop targeted, less-toxic therapy for this disfiguring cancer.
If cancer cells were a car Dr Eduardo Méndez at Fred Hutch

Dr. Eduardo Méndez receives $2.2M in NIH funding for targeted therapies for head and neck cancers

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Fred Hutch
06/17/2017 at 14:20. Facebook
How do you help childhood cancer survivors — more at risk for diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity and other health issues — stay fit and active? Fred Hutch/Seattle Children's physician-scientists Drs. Eric Chow and Jay Mendoza turned to Facebook and Fitbit.

“We’re trying to meet the teens where they’re at already,” Mendoza said in an interview with GeekWire. “They’re a very wired...
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How do you help childhood cancer survivors more at risk for diabetes

Study shows how tech like Fitbit and Facebook could help childhood cancer survivors stay healthy

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Fred Hutch
06/17/2017 at 00:45. Facebook
This week we hosted some of the top experts on cancer immunotherapy from around Seattle and the country to discuss the latest developments in this hot field of cancer treatment. Here's five of our top takeaways from the forum, organized by Xconomy:
This week we hosted some of the top experts on cancer immunotherapy

Forum at Fred Hutch focuses on the hottest developments in cancer immunotherapy

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Noel Minneci
Jennie Ly
Yesterday, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos asked Twitter for ideas: How could he make a short-term philanthropic impact that addresses an urgent need while making a lasting change?

We love Mr. Bezos’s approach and his desire to make a lasting impact on people’s lives, right now.

What ideas would you suggest to him?
Yesterday Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos asked Twitter for ideas How could he

Jeff Bezos Wants Ideas for Philanthropy, So He Asked Twitter

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