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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
6 NEW Week of November 29, 2020
Tip Sheet: Cancer health disparities, app to stop smoking, diversity in COVID-19 vaccine trials — and more

Tip Sheet: Cancer health disparities, app to stop smoking, diversity in COVID-19 vaccine trials — and more

Summaries of recent Fred Hutch research findings and other news, plus resources for October's Breast Cancer Awareness Month
News Releases - October 01, 2020
How to achieve equity in cancer care, research and beyond

How to achieve equity in cancer care, research and beyond

New national reports outline our progress on cancer and issue a call to action to eliminate structural racism that drives health disparities
Hutch News - September 25, 2020
An update on our efforts to change

An update on our efforts to change

Taking action to stand up against racial injustice and support diversity
Hutch News - June 12, 2020
'Humanity is at the heart of this'

'Humanity is at the heart of this'

Dr. Paul Buckley co-leads new Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion with Dr. Chris Li
Hutch News - March 18, 2020
Fred Hutch announces 7 inaugural recipients of Dr. Eddie Méndez award

Fred Hutch announces 7 inaugural recipients of Dr. Eddie Méndez award

The award recognizes postdoctoral researchers in cancer biology who are from underrepresented minority groups
News Releases - May 01, 2019
Bringing personalized oncology to cancer prediction — and prevention

Bringing personalized oncology to cancer prediction — and prevention

Unique $2.4M NCI-NIEHS award teams Hutch cancer geneticists, epidemiologists and oncologists to use mutation rate to predict individual cancer risk
Hutch News - October 01, 2018
It runs in the family

It runs in the family

From Michelle Baglia, Christopher Li, Public Health Science and Peggy Porter, Human Biology divisions
Science Spotlight - March 19, 2018
Drinking after breast cancer won’t raise mortality risk, study shows

Drinking after breast cancer won’t raise mortality risk, study shows

Alcohol use after breast cancer doesn’t increase your chances of dying of the disease, new study shows, but it does increase overall cancer risk
Hutch News - June 10, 2016
Last Modified, April 02, 2020