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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
How to talk to parents about HPV vaccines

How to talk to parents about HPV vaccines

Fred Hutch public health researcher shares science-based tips to help doctors navigate crucial cancer-prevention conversations
Hutch News - June 20, 2019
Dr. Yiting Lim named AACR NextGen Star

Dr. Yiting Lim named AACR NextGen Star

Charting the landscape of prostate cancer mutations: Postdoc to present work at annual American Association for Cancer Research meeting
Hutch News - March 29, 2019
Fred Hutch at AACR: NextGen star, liquid biopsies, immunotherapy, cancer genetics, health disparities and more

Fred Hutch at AACR: NextGen star, liquid biopsies, immunotherapy, cancer genetics, health disparities and more

The American Association for Cancer Research will hold its annual meeting March 29–April 3 in Atlanta
Releases - March 22, 2019
Q&A: A new focus on small cell lung cancer

Q&A: A new focus on small cell lung cancer

Dr. David MacPherson discusses the state of small cell lung cancer research, how his lab is tackling this deadly disease, and what makes him excited for the future
Hutch News - February 07, 2019
Nanoparticles take immunotherapy in new direction

Nanoparticles take immunotherapy in new direction

Hutch scientist to use nanoparticles to reprogram macrophages to tackle brain tumors
Hutch News - May 30, 2018
How the immune system’s key organ regenerates itself

How the immune system’s key organ regenerates itself

Watch: Hutch researcher discusses harnessing the thymus’s knack for self-repair to boost immune function and help patients
Hutch News - January 12, 2018
Health disparities may affect end-of-life experiences of minority blood cancer patients

Health disparities may affect end-of-life experiences of minority blood cancer patients

A new study finds ethnic and racial minorities with leukemia or lymphoma are more likely to die in hospital, receive aggressive care in last weeks of life than white patients
Hutch News - December 11, 2017
Last Modified, August 15, 2019