|Chris Addicott, son of Kathryn Hamilton, who was involved in her making the decision to enter an experimental trial.
Dr. Frederick Appelbaum, clinical research director, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.
Wendy Baldwin, Acting Deputy Director for Extramural Research, Public Health Service.
Dr. William Bensinger, Hutch oncologist and principal investigator on breast-cancer study.
Dr. James Bianco, former Hutch researcher who formed Seattle-based Cell Therapeutics Inc.
David Blech, songwriter, entrepreneur, venture capitalist who helped formed many of Seattle's biotech companies, including Cell Therapeutics.
Dr. Robert Bruce, University of Washington cardiologist, Hutchinson Center Institutional Review Board (IRB) member.
Dr. Larry Bryce, Chairman (1994-97), Medical Quality Assurance Commission, Washington State Department of Health.
Dr. C. Dean Buckner, oncologist, co-founder of Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and Kathryn Hamilton's doctor.
Dr. Robert Day, president and director, Hutchinson Center, 1981-1997.
Dr. F. William Dommel Jr., Senior Policy Advisor, Office of Protection from Research Risks (OPRR).
Dr. John Ensinck, endocrinologist, clinical research director at the University of Washington, Hutchinson Center IRB member.
Grant Fjermedal, longtime science and medicine writer, author of "Magic Bullets."
Dr. George Galasso, National Institutes of Health
Kathryn Hamilton, 48-year-old mother and health-care administrator killed by experimental breast-cancer treatment at the Hutch.
Dr. John A. Hansen, head of a tissue-matching lab, principal investigator in Protocol 126, medical director at Genetic Systems Co., clinical research director at the Hutchinson Center.
Dr. Henry Kaplan, Swedish Hospital oncologist, Hutchinson Center IRB chairman.
Dr. Michael Kennedy, immunologist, Hutchinson Center IRB member.
Dr. Paul J. Martin, oncologist, principal investigator in Protocol 126.
Dr. Robert Miller, physician staff member, Medical Quality Assurance Commission, Washington State Department of Health.
Barbara Mishkin, attorney, Hogan & Hartson, Washington, D.C., specializing in health care including scientific misconduct and research involving human subjects.
Kamal Mittal, doctor of veterinary medicine, assigned to the Pesando complaint while on loan to the compliance division of OPRR; left the case midway.
Dr. Robert Nowinski, Hutchinson Center researcher, Genetic Systems Co. founder.
Dr. John Pesando, oncologist and internist, Hutchinson Center IRB member.
Dr. Thomas Puglisi, director of the Division of Human Subject Protections, Office of Protection from Research Risks (OPRR), National Institutes of Health (NIH), Department of Health and Human Services (DHHR).
Donna Shalala, Secretary, Department of Health and Human Services.
Dr. Jack Singer, former Hutch researcher who co-founded Cell Therapeutics with James Bianco.
Dr. Rainier Storb, co-founder of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, graft-versus-host-disease expert.
Dr. E. Donnall Thomas, co-founder of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, clinical research director, co-winner of the 1990 Nobel Prize in Medicine.
Dr. George Todaro, noted scientist from the National Cancer Institute, Hutchinson Center and Genetic Systems, who introduced David Blech to James Bianco and Jack Singer.
Dr. Harold Varmus, Director, National Institutes of Health.
Dr. David Williams, Yakima internist, Chairman (1997-99), Medical Quality Assurance Commission, Washington State Department of Health.