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New Scientific Publications

Each week, Fred Hutch librarians search PubMed and Web of Science to discover new papers published by Fred Hutch authors
2 NEW Week of October 10, 2021
Dedicated supporters at the Heart of the Hutch

Dedicated supporters at the Heart of the Hutch

Using creativity and passion to support Fred Hutch research in good times and bad
Hutch News - October 08, 2021
Fundamental proteins that guide embryo development are co-opted by cancer

Fundamental proteins that guide embryo development are co-opted by cancer

Researchers discover why some critical DNA-packaging proteins called histones evolve rapidly — and may give cancer a boost
Hutch News - February 19, 2021
Tip Sheet: COVID-19 vaccines, COVID-19 and cancer patients, smoking cessation apps, structural racism in medicine – and more

Tip Sheet: COVID-19 vaccines, COVID-19 and cancer patients, smoking cessation apps, structural racism in medicine – and more

Below are summaries of recent Fred Hutch research findings and other news with links for additional background and media contacts.
News Releases - August 04, 2020
Lessons from cancer patients in the time of coronavirus

Lessons from cancer patients in the time of coronavirus

For the immunocompromised and those with disease, social distancing and uncertainty are a way of life. Daily walks, gratitude and dancing help.
Hutch News - March 20, 2020
Try, try again: Can a 2nd dose of CAR T cells succeed when the first fails?

Try, try again: Can a 2nd dose of CAR T cells succeed when the first fails?

First-of-its-kind study offers early indication of factors linked to increased odds of success for patients out of options
Hutch News - December 07, 2019
Remembering transplant immunologist Dr. John Hansen

Remembering transplant immunologist Dr. John Hansen

Physician-scientist defined rules for matching bone marrow transplant donors and patients, was a founding father of volunteer donor registries
Hutch News - August 06, 2019
Health disparities may affect end-of-life experiences of minority blood cancer patients

Health disparities may affect end-of-life experiences of minority blood cancer patients

A new study finds ethnic and racial minorities with leukemia or lymphoma are more likely to die in hospital, receive aggressive care in last weeks of life than white patients
Hutch News - December 11, 2017
Last Modified, April 02, 2020