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Navigating cancer and barriers, one person at a time

Navigating cancer and barriers, one person at a time

Need financial assistance? Interpreter services? Transportation to and from chemotherapy? Patient navigators help close cancer care gaps
Hutch News - June 28, 2022
New artwork from Mark Modimola a channel for communication, healing

New artwork from Mark Modimola a channel for communication, healing

South African’s work is installed on Fred Hutch campus via Public Art and Community Dialogue Program
Hutch News - June 21, 2022
ASCO 2022: Equity, innovation and in-person

ASCO 2022: Equity, innovation and in-person

Hutch cancer researchers, clinicians share findings on clinical trial eligibility, Medicaid expansion, wearables to track symptoms and more
Hutch News - June 09, 2022
New grants help community organizations overcome health disparities across Washington

New grants help community organizations overcome health disparities across Washington

Community Grant Program supports 11 projects aimed at cancer prevention, screening and more among marginalized groups
Hutch News - June 02, 2022
Indigenous health equity focus of Pathways Symposium

Indigenous health equity focus of Pathways Symposium

Storytellers, scientists and public health leaders share strategies to decolonize, improve cancer research and care
Hutch News - May 24, 2022
New Fred Hutch initiative to foster inclusivity in science and health via art and dialogue

New Fred Hutch initiative to foster inclusivity in science and health via art and dialogue

The Public Art and Community Dialogue Program will nurture connections between employees, underrepresented and targeted communities to shape the Hutch’s pursuit of scientific excellence through anti-racism, inclusion
Hutch News - March 01, 2022
Life lessons in genetics, race and social justice

Life lessons in genetics, race and social justice

Science Education Partnership’s free, open-source curriculum units help high schoolers separate bias from biology
Hutch News - September 20, 2021
Colorectal Cancer Anatomical Site and Sleep Quality

Colorectal Cancer Anatomical Site and Sleep Quality

The Phipps Group, Division of Public Health Sciences
Science Spotlight - July 19, 2021
Black with cancer: ‘It shouldn’t be different’

Black with cancer: ‘It shouldn’t be different’

Hutch/UW Consortium health equity team works to reduce cancer risk and racial bias, improve care for Black communities and patients
Hutch News - June 14, 2021
Last Modified, April 02, 2020