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Meet Seeley: Spunky, Three and Cancer Free

What would you do if your newborn was diagnosed with leukemia? Read on to learn how Seeley’s family traveled thousands of miles to save their “little miracle.”

Seattle Children’s world-class leukemia providers are internationally recognized for improving care and cure rates for childhood leukemia. Meet the team.

Patients who are ethnically diverse, like Seeley, often struggle to find a match in the registry because there are few donors with the same ethnic background. You can help by joining the National Donor Marrow Program Registry today.

Seattle Children’s patients have access to more advanced leukemia treatments and clinical trials than any other children’s hospital in the Pacific Northwest.


A girl holding a stuffed turtle runs in a hospitalYou Can Save a Child’s Life

Last year, 2,383 new patients enrolled in 722 research studies and clinical trials at Seattle Children’s. These studies and clinical trials represent hope for children like Seeley who need the treatments of the future to thrive today. Gifts from our generous community help make those trials possible.

To support research, make a gift to the Research Discovery Fund today. Your contribution will accelerate cures for kids who desperately need them.

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