This article features recent HIV research from Fred Hutch Drs. Jesse Bloom and Julie Overbaugh. Researchers have created an atlas of immune-evading mutations HIV mutations, providing insight on the functional interactions between antibodies and HIV.
This article features research led by Fred Hutch researcher Dr. Anne McTiernan showing that women who exercised for 45 minutes in the morning 5 days a week reported 70 percent better sleep than before the study.
Fred Hutch researcher Drs. Keith Jerome, Hans-Peter Kiem and Michael Louella, who coordinates the research group’s Community Advisory Board, provide expert comments on the importance of community engagement in HIV research.
Fred Hutch researcher Dr. Anne McTiernan is featured in this segment for her research on exercise in relation to breast cancer prevention. Dr. McTiernan found that moderate exercise, 45 minutes a day, 5 days a week, can reduce breast cancer risk by as much as 20%.
This article features Fred Hutch researcher Dr. Parth Shah’s latest research on HPV vaccination. Dr. Shah found that parents were more confident in HPV vaccination and more motivated to have their child vaccinated by being exposed to physician messages that provided information rather than a sense of urgency.
This article highlights a recent study which found a high rate of undiagnosed acute and chronic hepatitis among cancer patients. Fred Hutch researcher Dr. Scott Ramsey provides expert commentary on the implications the study has in terms of screening. U.S. News & World Report also covered this study.
This story features the Seattle Flu Study, a new project from the Brotman Baty Institute which was co-founded by Seattle Children’s, UW Med and Fred Hutch. The study will look at 10,000 swabs to better understand how the flu spreads and how to prevent it. Fred Hutch’s Dr. Trevor Bedford is the lead data scientist for the study.
Dr. Cyrus Ghajar’s latest research on metastatic breast cancer is the focus of this piece. Dr. Ghajar’s work details how to kill dormant breast cancer cells in their sleep. Several other outlets including GeekWire, KOMO-TV and FireceBiotech also covered this news.
Dr. Geoffrey Hill and collaborators in Australia discovered how a common virus called cytomegalovirus reactivates in transplantation patients. In a study published in Science, the researchers found that strain-specific antibodies made from B cells are responsible for keeping CMV suppressed in mice, without the need for any other immune cells.
This article features Dr. Joseph Unger’s recent study in JAMA Oncology on clinical trial participation. Dr. Unger shows that patients with comorbidities are less likely to participate in clinical trials.
This piece features Fred Hutch Dr. Joseph Unger’s latest research showing that expanding clinical trial eligibility criteria to allow patients with comorbidities would give opportunities for up to 6,317 cancer patients to be allowed to join a trial every year.
Fred Hutch researcher Dr. Joseph Unger’s latest research on clinical trial participation is featured in this piece. Dr. Unger and his team showed that cancer patients with other illnesses or conditions, are less likely to be offered to join a clinical trial, and therefore less likely to enroll. This research was published in several other outlets including Healio, Medical Health News and MedPage Today.
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