Research collaborations, patient advocates push to explore ‘sneaky,’ understudied subtype’s standing as a distinct disease
Feb. 15, 2018
| By Diane Mapes / Fred Hutch News Service
Lobular breast cancer is the sixth most common cancer in women yet many people have never heard of it. It doesn't image well, may not create a lump and is considered to be an "understudied" cancer. That's changing. Fred Hutch researchers and patient advocates break it down.
High school football penalty flags go blue this week in Washington and parts of Hawaii and New Mexico for the Center's award-winning 'Coaches Against Cancer' campaign
Sept. 12, 2011
Juan Cotto, manager of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center's Community Outreach program, created the "Coaches Against Cancer" campaign to raise awareness of prostate cancer during September, which is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Blue is the color now associated with prostate cancer, like the color pink is for breast cancer.
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