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Dr. Paul Nghiem’s MCC Annual Update Letter

Dear friends of Merkel cell carcinoma research, During this time of giving and celebrations, I want to let you know how appreciative our Merkel Team is of your support.  This year was one of many exciting milestones that I am…

Pembrolizumab treatment for Merkel cell carcinoma

Fred Hutch selected Dr. Paul Nghiem's article published in JCO "Durable Tumor Regression and Overall Survival in Patients With Advanced Merkel Cell Carcinoma Receiving Pembrolizumab as First-Line Therapy." to be covered in the March 2019 issue of Science Spotlight, a monthly online publication highlighting scientific work performed…

13th Annual Merkel Cell Carcinoma Dinner

On September 10, 2018 in Seattle, over 280 patients, family members, clinicians, scientists, and trainees from across the United States gathered for the 13th annual Merkel cell carcinoma Dinner Meeting. They enjoyed a lovely buffet dinner, music, lab tours and a presentation…

12th Annual Merkel cell Carcinoma Dinner Meeting

On September 11, 2017 in Seattle, over 260 patients, family members, clinicians, scientists, and trainees from across the United States gathered for the 12th annual Merkel cell carcinoma Dinner Meeting. They enjoyed a lovely buffet dinner, music, lab tours and a presentation…

Undergraduate Research Symposium

UW’s Undergraduate Research Symposium 5/20/16. Explaining MCC research to people who have never heard of Merkel cell carcinoma was fun and challenging! Jamil and Hannah (PN Lab Members) shown above

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