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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 December 08, 2019
Former Wash. governor Christine Gregoire becomes Fred Hutch board chair

Former Wash. governor Christine Gregoire becomes Fred Hutch board chair

Christine Gregoire, former Washington governor and cancer survivor, continues her lifetime of advocating for others as Fred Hutch’s new board chair
Hutch News - July 11, 2016
We're getting a bit better at cheating death

We're getting a bit better at cheating death

New mortality study shows a drop in death rates for cancer and other major diseases — with one troubling exception: COPD
Hutch News - October 27, 2015
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
Women's Health Initiative’s landmark hormone replacement research 10 years after

Women's Health Initiative’s landmark hormone replacement research 10 years after

Seminal study found significantly higher risk of heart disease, stroke, breast cancer from combined hormone replacement therapy; as a result, 15,000-20,000 fewer breast cancer cases each year
Hutch News - June 25, 2012
Low-glycemic-load foods may reduce inflammation in overweight adults

Low-glycemic-load foods may reduce inflammation in overweight adults

'Not all carbohydrates are created equal'; study led by Marian Neuhouser and Johanna Lampe finds a 'slow carb' diet may reduce heart disease, cancer risk
Hutch News - January 17, 2012
Omega-3 fat rich diet may reduce obesity-related diseases

Omega-3 fat rich diet may reduce obesity-related diseases

Fish-rich diet linked to reduction in markers of chronic disease risk among overweight Yup’ik Eskimos
Hutch News - March 28, 2011
Many Scientists Believe that the Dog Genome Holds a Wealth of Information that Will Benefit Human Health

Many Scientists Believe that the Dog Genome Holds a Wealth of Information that Will Benefit Human Health

Recently completed genetic analysis reveals that half of the more than 300 inherited canine disorders — including a number of cancers — resemble specific diseases of man; many scientists believe that the dog genome holds a wealth of information that will benefit human health
Releases - May 20, 2004
Last Modified, August 15, 2019