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Night shift work associated with diminished ability to repair DNA damage

Fred Hutch study finds connection between DNA repair and suppressed melatonin levels in night shift workers
Releases - June 26, 2017

Center leads new Chernobyl study

Five-year project will examine effects of radiation exposure on premenopausal breast-cancer risk and whether such risk differs according to the breast-cancer characteristics
Hutch News - May 12, 2008

Working nights may shift biological balance toward breast cancer

Working nights may shift biological balance toward breast cancer
Hutch News - June 16, 2005

A friend on the front line of fear

Christine Karlsen helps Barrett's esophagus patients by speaking from a place of personal understanding
Hutch News - May 05, 2005

Definitive Lessons From Chernobyl

The most thorough risk analysis to date of nuclear-disaster victims shows thyroid cancer rises as radiation increases
Hutch News - September 16, 2004

Charting Chernobyl's legacy

For research on the cancer fallout from Chernobyl, Scott Davis becomes first foreign epidemiologist elected to the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences
Hutch News - May 06, 2004
Last Modified, August 15, 2019