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Some laxatives may be more colon-friendly than others

From the Newcomb Group, Public Health Sciences Division
Science Spotlight - October 15, 2018

Colorectal cancer survival: a role for body weight maintenance?

From the Newcomb Laboratory, Public Health Sciences Division.
Science Spotlight - October 16, 2017

Aspirin and its cousins linked to longer survival after colorectal cancer

Large study of preventive drugs for colorectal cancer survivors finds link to decreased mortality — but only for those with certain tumor genetics
Hutch News - June 15, 2017

Fred Hutch medical tipsheet for July

Cancer moonshot, research, global health, HIV vaccine, health care policy story ideas and more
Releases - July 07, 2016

Good News at Fred Hutch

Public health researchers get $4 million grant to study aggressive type of colorectal cancer; Core Center of Hematology designated as national core resource
Hutch News - July 30, 2015

Cancer: Down, but not out

New American Cancer Society statistics show reasons to celebrate, yet more work remains
Hutch News - January 12, 2015

When diseases collide: Less than half of cancer survivors have been tested for HIV

Not knowing HIV status can affect treatment and prognosis of two debilitating conditions, finds CDC study of adults younger than 65
Hutch News - November 13, 2014

Alcohol consumption: no impact on breast cancer survival

Study led by Polly Newcomb of Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Public Health Sciences Division shows breast cancer survivors who consume alcohol in moderation may reduce risk of dying from heart disease
Hutch News - April 08, 2013

Fred Hutch Cancer Prevention Program leader lauded by ASPO

American Society of Preventive Oncology honors Polly Newcomb, Public Health Sciences Division, for distinguished research, mentoring
Hutch News - March 20, 2013
Last Modified, August 15, 2019