Blog of Bloodworks Northwest



“I’m the Custodian of Kate’s Heart:” Randy Small’s “Collateral Benefit”

Seattle resident Randy Small was just 29 years old when he had his first heart attack. He was out golfing with his father when he startedRead more →

Jaclyn Schuenzel: When Donating Blood Comes Full Circle

When teacher and improv performer Jaclyn Schuenzel gave birth to her daughter Zelda in June 2020, life with her husband Marc Guy and the new babyRead more →

Diagnosis, treatment, & prevention: patient care at Bloodworks

Bloodworks is a diverse organization, spanning the spectrum of medicine from diagnosis through specialized testing to treatment by our clinical programs to prevention via blood research.Read more →

A lifesaving partnership: Bloodworks Serum Donor Program & cancer breakthroughs

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center (Fred Hutch, as it’s colloquially known) is right up the street from Bloodworks Research Institute in the heart of the SeattleRead more →