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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
1 NEW Week of November 10, 2019

Beating cancer is only the beginning

From the Biobehavioral Sciences Program
Science Spotlight - September 18, 2017

When cancer is a side effect of cancer

Childhood cancer survivors twice as likely to be diagnosed with a second cancer after 40, study finds
Hutch News - September 21, 2015

When diseases collide: Less than half of cancer survivors have been tested for HIV

Not knowing HIV status can affect treatment and prognosis of two debilitating conditions, finds CDC study of adults younger than 65
Hutch News - November 13, 2014

Fred Hutch study finds few breast cancer survivors maintain adequate exercise despite benefits

'HEAL Study,' led by Anne McTiernan and researchers in the Public Health Sciences Division, shows sharp drop in physical activity 10 years after diagnosis
Hutch News - April 18, 2013

SCCA presents patient perspectives on survivorship Feb. 21

Former Seattle Cancer Care Alliance patients will discuss their transition from active treatment to survivorship
Hutch News - February 19, 2013

Survivorship seminar draws 200 to campus

Former cancer patients converge for the sixth annual Survivorship Program seminar ‘Moving Beyond Cancer to Wellness’
Hutch News - June 18, 2012

Center hosts annual cancer survivorship seminar June 2

'Moving Beyond Cancer to Wellness' features keynote by comedian/juggler/survivor, breakout sessions on health and well-being, and provider panel; registration required
Hutch News - May 29, 2012

SCCA survival rates top most cancer programs nationwide

According to data compiled by the National Cancer Data Base, survival rates among patients treated for eight types of cancer top other programs accredited by Commission on Cancer
Hutch News - February 21, 2012

Childhood survivors’ poor health leads to higher unemployment

Leisenring, Kirchhoff study shows how physical, mental and neurocognitive function affects employment and occupational status in adulthood
Hutch News - August 29, 2011

Climbers conquer Mount Shasta, Mount Hood

Survivors’ Climb to Fight Breast Cancer story may inspire you to join a climb to support Center research
Hutch News - June 20, 2011

Hidden cost of cancer survival: More bankruptcies

Scott Ramsey study finds average insolvency rates rise fourfold within five years of cancer diagnosis
Hutch News - June 06, 2011

Biobehavioral researcher Ceballos joins Cancer Prevention Program

Former Center postdoc aims to reduce cancer health disparities and provide survivor support in rural Latino, African American populations
Hutch News - April 25, 2011
Last Modified, August 15, 2019