Hutch-led international collaboration finds 100 new genetic risk variants, setting the stage for better prevention for all.
Welcome to Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center
SCCA is now Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center, an independent, nonprofit cancer care and research center that also serves as the cancer program for UW Medicine. The superior care you have come to expect will continue uninterrupted.
Faces of Fred Hutch
The more closely care and discovery work together, the faster we'll find cures. That's the vision behind the recent merger that united the former Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center with Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, creating Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center.
We're highlighting collaborations between researchers and physicians that illustrate how the many experts here are working in real time to provide more options and better outcomes for our patients while accelerating discoveries that prevent, treat and defeat cancer and infectious diseases.
Fred Hutch is an independent, nonprofit organization that also serves as the cancer program for UW Medicine. This relationship allows for enhanced care coordination with one of the world’s leading integrated health systems. Together, Fred Hutch and UW Medicine are a powerful team for adults facing cancer.
The best way to treat cancer is to identify it early or before it starts. From discussing hereditary cancer risks to providing screenings, we offer specialized programs dedicated to the risk assessment, prevention and early detection of cancer.
Welcome to MyChart
It’s important for our patients to be connected to resources and have access to their care team in one convenient portal. With our patient portal, MyChart, patients can communicate with their care team, view their medical records, request an appointment and have access to other resources.
Learn more about what's happening at Fred Hutch.
Four years ago, Teresa Campagna woke up the morning after a tough work-out. As she massaged her muscles to relieve the soreness, she felt a lump.
It might strike some people as strange to ask for time off a week before starting a new job, but Abbie Hecker, newly hired to work on the blood and marrow transplant unit at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center, felt fairly confident that her new supervisor would understand.
Donated blood is in short supply. That’s a problem for many people with cancer.