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A Firefighter's Race for Research

Hello, My name is Scott and over the past year and a half I have been raising money for Fred Hutch by running triathlons and marathons. This year Im back at it again. I've already run two half marathons and I will be running a frew more events over the next four months. I Just finished Escape from ALcatraz in support of Large Cell endocrine Carcinoma. I will now be training for Indian Wells Ironman 70.3 in support of My Co-Wokers wife Saasha Stamper and her rare form of Lung Cancer. 
Please join me in my RACE FOR RESEARCH!
Thanks for your support!
Link to My Fred Hutch fundraiser page


Cancer is no match for my blood, sweat and tears. Which is why I’m testing my endurance to push the needle forward for cancer research.

I’m a Curestarter for Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center because Fred Hutch scientists are world leaders in revolutionizing the way we prevent, detect, and treat cancer and related diseases. To put it simply, their research is saving lives.

Did you know ...

The bone marrow transplant, developed by Dr. E. Donnall Thomas at Fred Hutch, earned him a Nobel Prize and provided the first example of the human immune system’s power to cure cancer. More than 1 million people have received this lifesaving procedure.

Today, Drs. Phil Greenberg and Stanley Riddell continue Dr. Thomas’ legacy, leading the way in the game-changing field of immunotherapy. In fact, they are perfecting an approach that could render chemotherapy and radiation obsolete, making cancer treatment for patients much less grueling and toxic.

Dr. Denise Galloway helped develop the vaccine that prevents human papillomavirus, or HPV, infection, which can cause cervical cancer.

Dr. Jim Olson developed “Tumor Paint”, an experimental molecule derived from scorpion venom that illuminates cancer cells so surgeons can see tumor margins more clearly. This means surgeons can zero in on the cancer, eliminating all of it, without affecting healthy tissue.

Dr. Gary Gilliland, president and director of Fred Hutch, has a bold vision. He believes Hutch scientists can find curative therapies for many, if not all, cancers by the year 2025. They just need the funding to do it.

Please join me in supporting this endeavor by donating today — your gift will support innovative research that saves lives.