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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
6 NEW Week of November 22, 2020
Commentary: How to reduce the odds of getting cancer

Commentary: How to reduce the odds of getting cancer

‘There are steps you can take that will absolutely cut your risk,’ says Fred Hutch’s Dr. Anne McTiernan, who contributed to a new report on diet, nutrition, physical activity and cancer
Hutch News - May 25, 2018
Drinking after breast cancer won’t raise mortality risk, study shows

Drinking after breast cancer won’t raise mortality risk, study shows

Alcohol use after breast cancer doesn’t increase your chances of dying of the disease, new study shows, but it does increase overall cancer risk
Hutch News - June 10, 2016
How lifestyle factors affect cancer rates, survival

How lifestyle factors affect cancer rates, survival

Fred Hutch epidemiologist Dr. Amanda Phipps discusses the importance of healthy living
Hutch News - October 16, 2015
Alcohol consumption: no impact on breast cancer survival

Alcohol consumption: no impact on breast cancer survival

Study led by Polly Newcomb of Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Public Health Sciences Division shows breast cancer survivors who consume alcohol in moderation may reduce risk of dying from heart disease
Hutch News - April 08, 2013
Alcohol increases risk of some breast cancers

Alcohol increases risk of some breast cancers

Li, Prentice study finds alcohol use more strongly related to risk of lobular cancer and hormone receptor-positive cancer
Hutch News - August 30, 2010
Alcohol, smoking, obesity: Lifestyle links to second breast cancers

Alcohol, smoking, obesity: Lifestyle links to second breast cancers

Christopher Li and colleagues discover lifestyle factors that may make breast cancer survivors more vulnerable to a second cancer
Hutch News - September 14, 2009
Heavy drinking and prostate health don't mix

Heavy drinking and prostate health don't mix

Kristal and colleagues find heavy, daily drinking increases risk of high-grade prostate cancer and renders preventive drug ineffective
Hutch News - July 13, 2009
Risky wines for women

Risky wines for women

Chianti or chardonnay? Hutchinson Center study finds both red and white wine are equal offenders when it comes to increasing breast-cancer risk
Hutch News - March 09, 2009
What's good for the heart may be good for the prostate

What's good for the heart may be good for the prostate

Study finds a diet high in vegetables and lean protein, and low in fat and red meat, combined with moderate alcohol use reduces the risk of symptomatic benign enlargement of the prostate
News Releases - February 12, 2008
Last Modified, April 02, 2020