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Seattle Magazine | Arts & Culture/News & Features/Top Doctors | Happy Birthday, Fred Hutch #FredHutch #FredHutch40 #CuresStartHere @Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center

#FredHutch’s Holiday #Gala raises $8.5 million | #PatBenatar and #NeilGiraldo performed at this year’s annual event to raise money for lifesaving #research. Story: https://www.fredhutch.org/en/news/center-news/2014/12/Hutch-Holiday-gala-raised-8-million.html Photo by Robert Hood/Fred Hutch News Service #fredhutchinson #cancer #music #party

Michael Monteleone (left), and his sister and marrow donor, Jennifer Monteleone, visit with clinical researcher and transplant physician Dr. David Maloney in his Fred Hutch office, where they learned about some of the latest advances in transplant biology. Photo by Robert Hood / Fred Hutch News Service

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray addresses a packed house in the Pelton Auditorium on the Fred Hutch campus on Oct. 7, 2015. He spoke to the Hutch #Diversity Council forum about politics, leadership and LGBT issues. Photo by Robert Hood / #FredHutch News Service

Fred Hutch researchers Drs. Roger Brent (left) and Alexander Mendenhall have developed a technique to measure carefully, for the first time, gene activity within single #cells in a live, adult animal. Photo by Bo Jungmayer / Fred Hutch News Service #research #science #scientist #cancer #fredhutch #fredhutchinson #gene

The My Life Story Diary - a 100 year diary for you to record the events of a lifetime. Dena Fantle met Ethan Lax, the 23-year-old who saved her life, this summer at the 15th annual Partners for Life Gala in New York City. Photo by Robert Hood / Fred Hutch News Service

#Fred Hutch: The year in pictures A slideshow retrospective by Fred Hutch News Service photographers Robert Hood and Bo Jungmayer #fredhutch #fredhutchinson #cancer #yearend #photos

Illustration of #scientist in a #lab by Kimberly Carney / Fred Hutch News Service. Story: "Fantastic failures: Scientific setbacks can fuel big gains" http://www.fredhutch.org/en/news/center-news/2015/08/scientific-failures-can-fuel-historic-progress.html