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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
2 NEW Week of March 29, 2020
Are we doing diet and nutrition research wrong?

Are we doing diet and nutrition research wrong?

A Q&A with public health researcher Dr. Ross Prentice on how to assess and improve studies of diet and chronic disease
Hutch News - January 28, 2020
New study confirms the long-term benefits of a low-fat diet

New study confirms the long-term benefits of a low-fat diet

Findings in Journal of Nutrition show positive outcomes for cancer and other diseases in women
Releases - September 04, 2019
Landmark scientific paper turns 40

Landmark scientific paper turns 40

First unequivocal proof in humans of immune cells’ cancer-curing power laid the groundwork for cancer immunotherapy, modern bone marrow transplantation
Hutch News - May 21, 2019
Welcome to the Academy!

Welcome to the Academy!

The president and director becomes the ninth Fred Hutch faculty member inducted into the NAM, one of the highest honors in health and medicine
Hutch News - October 19, 2015
Good News at Fred Hutch

Good News at Fred Hutch

Dr. Jim Olson's Tumor Paint advances to clinical trial for children with brain cancer; Dr. Li Hsu delivers annual Prentice Lecture; Dr. Jesse Bloom receives Burroughs Wellcome award
Hutch News - June 05, 2015
The value of the combined hormone therapy trial, weighed in lives saved, billions of dollars

The value of the combined hormone therapy trial, weighed in lives saved, billions of dollars

The landmark study that prompted millions of women to stop taking combined hormone therapy resulted in $37.1 billion net economic return, thousands of lives saved, a new study finds
Hutch News - May 05, 2014
Prentice Symposium attracts 200 researchers nationwide

Prentice Symposium attracts 200 researchers nationwide

Event honored Dr. Ross Prentice and his contributions, especially to chronic disease prevention research and related methodology developments
Hutch News - November 07, 2011
Obesity, inactivity may increase risk of breast cancers

Obesity, inactivity may increase risk of breast cancers

Study finds women with highest body fat face higher risk of ’triple-negative’ and estrogen receptor-positive breast cancers; risk drops with fitness gains
Hutch News - March 14, 2011
Last Modified, August 15, 2019