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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
3 NEW Week of July 12, 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, April 02, 2020