Cancer is no match for my sweat, drive, and resolve! Please join me as I raise funds for Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. I’m teach the YOGA FOR HOPE class at Russel's in Bothell, Wa (the beautiful loft space) to support lifesaving cancer research.
I care about ending cancer because I've lost many people I love, and too many people still face this disease.
I believe in Fred Hutch because scientists there are leading the charge to prevent, diagnose, and treat cancer. For example, Hutch researchers are harnessing the immune system to fight tumors. They are developing new treatments for people who once had no options. And they are finding new ways to use more and better data to improve care. Together, their work is improving countless lives and bringing the Hutch closer to their ultimate goal: cures for most, if not all, cancers.
I want to end this disease, and I know you do, too. Let’s invest in the world-changing science that will get us there. Together, we can help more people spend more time — and enjoy more milestones — with the people they love.
Please join me and donate today. Thank you!
Did you know...
Bone marrow transplantation, which has helped more than 1 million people, was pioneered by Dr. E. Donnall Thomas at Fred Hutch. His insight earned him a Nobel Prize and provided the first example of the human immune system’s power to fight cancer.
Drs. Phil Greenberg and Stanley Riddell are continuing Don’s legacy, leading the way in the game-changing field of immunotherapy. They are perfecting an approach that could render chemotherapy and radiation obsolete, making cancer treatment less grueling.
Dr. Denise Galloway’s research paved the way for a groundbreaking vaccine that prevents human papillomavirus, or HPV — a common infection that can cause cervical and head and neck cancers. A vaccine for some cancers? Yes. It started at Fred Hutch.
Today, Hutch scientists are partnering with experts in technology and data science to put data to work: turning patterns and trends into insights to help us prevent cancer, personalize treatment, and find new ways to stop this disease.