Hutch News

Fred Hutch’s Dr. Ross Prentice retires

Fred Hutch’s Dr. Ross Prentice retires

Longtime scientist and statistician contributed to Women’s Health Initiative, cancer prevention research and much more
Hutch News - January 20, 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
Dr. Ruth Etzioni receives $7.4M NCI grant to assess new cancer diagnostics

Dr. Ruth Etzioni receives $7.4M NCI grant to assess new cancer diagnostics

Award will provide long-term support to investigate accuracy of multi-cancer liquid biopsies and other new technology
Hutch News - October 06, 2022
Understanding the mechanics of breast cancer metastasis

Understanding the mechanics of breast cancer metastasis

Ghajar Lab research reveals why muscle tissue doesn’t get mets, how dormant tumor cells in the brain wake up and proliferate
Hutch News - April 11, 2022
Do multivitamins and supplements like cocoa flavanols keep cancer, heart disease away?

Do multivitamins and supplements like cocoa flavanols keep cancer, heart disease away?

Scientists drill down into crucial Women’s Health Initiative data to get definitive answers on whether supplement use improves our health
Hutch News - April 06, 2022
In research and cancer care, Indigenous representation matters

In research and cancer care, Indigenous representation matters

Fred Hutch, UW researchers work to reduce risk and inequities and improve access to care, resources for Indigenous communities and patients
Hutch News - December 06, 2021
Cancer-busting broccoli sprout pills? It’s a thing.

Cancer-busting broccoli sprout pills? It’s a thing.

Translational scientist’s ‘green chemoprevention’ research extends from eastern China to Seattle and now, into space
Hutch News - July 19, 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