Hutch News

New Science Spotlight Articles

Every month, Fred Hutch postdoc writer/editors summarize two papers from each of our scientific divisions to stimulate collaborations across campus
10 NEW January 23, 2023
Homing in on inherited colorectal cancer risk

Homing in on inherited colorectal cancer risk

Hutch-led international collaboration finds 100 new genetic risk variants, setting the stage for better prevention for all
Hutch News - December 20, 2022
Immune signature reveals new therapeutic potential in colon cancer

Immune signature reveals new therapeutic potential in colon cancer

From Dr. Jeroen Huyghe and the Peters Lab, Public Health Sciences Division
Science Spotlight - December 19, 2022
Rolling out a rideshare-based pilot program for colonoscopy screening patients

Rolling out a rideshare-based pilot program for colonoscopy screening patients

From the Dr. Rachel Issaka and Dr. Scott D. Ramsey Labs, Cancer Epidemiology, Prevention & Control Program, Cancer Consortium.
Science Spotlight - June 20, 2022
Cancer, COVID-19 and proceeding with caution

Cancer, COVID-19 and proceeding with caution

Patients in treatment and those with compromised or suppressed immune systems eye the future — and pandemic’s wane — warily
Hutch News - February 16, 2022
New study: Financial hardship common with metastatic colorectal cancer

New study: Financial hardship common with metastatic colorectal cancer

Despite health insurance, almost three-fourths of these patients experienced financial hardship within first year after diagnosis
Hutch News - January 06, 2022
Barriers and facilitators to colonoscopy completion

Barriers and facilitators to colonoscopy completion

From the Issaka Group, Division of Public Health Sciences
Science Spotlight - October 18, 2021
Cannabis use in colorectal cancer survivors

Cannabis use in colorectal cancer survivors

The Newcomb Group, Division of Public Health Sciences
Science Spotlight - September 20, 2021
Catching up with cancer as COVID-19 starts to ebb

Catching up with cancer as COVID-19 starts to ebb

Public health researchers scramble to get preventive cancer screenings back on peoples’ radar – and calendars – as cases dwindle and restrictions lift
Hutch News - June 29, 2021