Kristen Hege recounts an important chapter in CAR-T history — and how that compares to an adventurous coastal thru-hike
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Editor’s note: With some big support from biotech entrepreneur Bill Haney and Bristol Myers Squibb, longtime cancer drug researcher Kristen Hege has raised substantial support for a new effort to encourage the recruitment of women scientists into the Penn lab of Carl June and Bruce Levine. She’s been hiking trails along the West Coast for months now, telling her story about the #trekfortomorrow and the key players involved in an important chapter of CAR-T history. This is the fifth column in her series. And we invite you to help Kristen reach her goal of $500,000 at this link. — Founding editor, John Carroll
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