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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 August 09, 2020
African American cancer 'mortality gap' widens for breast, colorectal cancers

African American cancer 'mortality gap' widens for breast, colorectal cancers

African American cancer ‘mortality gap’ narrows in most cancers, but disparities remain — and widen — for breast, colorectal cancers
Hutch News - February 22, 2016
Power of the personal: Medical advocacy's lifesaving role for African-American cancer patients

Power of the personal: Medical advocacy's lifesaving role for African-American cancer patients

New study demonstrates the impact of clear discussions, support from medical providers - and shows room for improvement
Hutch News - October 15, 2014
HVTU, SCCA partner for Langston Hughes film festival April 16

HVTU, SCCA partner for Langston Hughes film festival April 16

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center’s HIV Vaccine Trials Unit and Seattle Cancer Care Alliance will present an evening of three short films and discussion on the impact of HIV/AIDS in the Black community
Hutch News - April 16, 2013
Delaying childbirth reduce risk of breast cancer - Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Delaying childbirth reduce risk of breast cancer - Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Waiting to have first child 15 years or more after starting menstruation reduces risk of triple-negative breast cancer by up to 60 percent
Releases - December 12, 2012
Genetic variant linked to inflammation identified in African American women

Genetic variant linked to inflammation identified in African American women

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center’s Dr. Alexander Reiner conducts first large-scale, genomewide association study of elevated C-reactive protein in African American and Hispanic American women
Hutch News - September 03, 2012
Cancer survival disparities: Access, economics and more

Cancer survival disparities: Access, economics and more

An analysis of clinical trial data implicates biological factors behind worse outcomes for African Americans with breast, ovarian or prostate cancer
Hutch News - August 24, 2009
Last Modified, April 02, 2020