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Researchers identify new way skin stops tumor growth

‘Oncogene-induced differentiation’ joins two other strategies for counteracting potentially cancer-causing DNA changes
Hutch News - October 22, 2018

7 skin cancer myths — debunked

Experts take on base tans and other ‘complete baloney’ standing in the way of skin health
Hutch News - August 02, 2017

Immunotherapy drug becomes first therapy approved by FDA for rare skin cancer

Benefit seen in nearly one-third of patients ‘with no hope at all of surviving’ their treatment-resistant Merkel cell carcinoma
Hutch News - March 24, 2017

Skin cancer: 9 things to know to lower your risk

From cover-ups to caffeine, here are some tips for protecting your skin during the summer and all year long
Hutch News - July 02, 2015

Tanning bed use declines, new study shows

Rate of use has dipped slightly but 10 million Americans are still using tanning salons regularly
Hutch News - July 01, 2015

As U.S. cases of skin cancer rise, costs skyrocket, too

Five million American adults are diagnosed each year at a cost of $8.1 billion, new CDC study finds
Hutch News - November 09, 2014

Tanning beds get a black label warning

Citing skin cancer risks, new FDA regulations caution against use by teens
Hutch News - May 29, 2014

Tanning beds in the hot seat as skin cancer rates jump

Incidence of melanoma has increased dramatically in last four decades, new study finds
Hutch News - February 05, 2014

After beating rare cancer, 'signing up for Obliteride was a no-brainer'

Keith Winkle will come back to Seattle from Alaska to ride because research saved his life; the Aug. 9-11 bike ride will raise funds to benefit Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Hutch News - May 24, 2013

New squamous cell carcinoma drug target discovered

Vasioukhin and colleagues find alpha-catenin protein acts as a tumor suppressor, cell growth control mechanism revealed
Hutch News - May 30, 2011
Last Modified, August 15, 2019