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New Science Spotlight Articles

Every month, Fred Hutch postdoc writer/editors summarize two papers from each of our scientific divisions to stimulate collaborations across campus
10 NEW February 17, 2020
Exercise is medicine

Exercise is medicine

Move your body for better health, especially before, during and after cancer treatment. Do whatever you can; it all helps (just don’t injure yourself!)
Hutch News - February 04, 2020
Preventing chemo-induced hearing loss

Preventing chemo-induced hearing loss

A new drug in development could avert permanent hearing loss associated with some chemotherapies, antibiotics
Hutch News - June 07, 2017
Screening tool aims to better identify distressed patients

Screening tool aims to better identify distressed patients

Caring for patients doesn’t just mean physically; a new tool helps doctors find, and support, those struggling with depression and other forms of psychosocial distress
Hutch News - February 05, 2016
Depression: cancer’s invisible side effect

Depression: cancer’s invisible side effect

Three in four depressed cancer patients don’t get enough help; survivors tell what it’s like to slip ‘down the rabbit hole’ — and how to climb back out
Hutch News - February 04, 2016
After chemotherapy, immune system recovery may be slower than believed

After chemotherapy, immune system recovery may be slower than believed

<p>Chemo weakens the immune system for up to nine months, especially in smokers, one study finds</p>
Hutch News - January 26, 2016
From lemon juice to plastic forks: Quick tricks to deal with cancer treatment side effects

From lemon juice to plastic forks: Quick tricks to deal with cancer treatment side effects

Patients and their care providers share the workarounds they’ve devised to handle the worst of chemo, radiation and surgery
Hutch News - July 06, 2015
Power of touch: How specialized massage helps cancer patients

Power of touch: How specialized massage helps cancer patients

Some types of massage can help break up scar tissue, reduce post-surgery lymphedema, doctors say
Hutch News - February 18, 2014
Last Modified, August 15, 2019