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Science Says – Finding New Ways to Stop Solid Tumors

October 7, 2021

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While our efforts to stop COVID-19 remain critical, they haven’t slowed our quest to cure cancer. Hear from scientists who are finding vulnerabilities in solid tumors — including breast, lung, and stomach cancers — to design better treatments and cures. We’ll also share up-to-the-minute insights about COVID and answer your questions.

Fred Hutch is world-renowned for pioneering bone marrow transplantation, T-cell therapies, and other strategies that use the power of the immune system to treat and cure blood cancers, like leukemia and lymphoma. We’re using our understanding of cancer and immunity to develop new solid tumor therapies that can be tailored to each patient’s biology and the unique characteristics of their cancer. President and Director Dr. Tom Lynch, a lung cancer physician, will talk with scientists who are leading the way.

Speaker or Presenter:
Drs. Thomas Lynch Jr., Nancy Davidson, McGarry Houghton, Nina Salama, and Joshua Schiffer


October 7
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm




Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center