Hutch News

New Science Spotlight Articles

Every month, Fred Hutch postdoc writer/editors summarize two papers from each of our scientific divisions to stimulate collaborations across campus
10 NEW September 16, 2019

An upgrade in prostate cancer prognosis predictions

From the Stanford Group, Public Health Sciences Division
Science Spotlight - September 17, 2018

Parsing the deadliness of prostate cancer

Fred Hutch researcher zeroes in on biomarkers to better predict aggressive form of the disease
Hutch News - September 04, 2018

Dr. James Dai receives $2.1M NCI grant for cancer biomarker research

Biostatistician plans to use funds to develop statistical models to further precision cancer prevention and treatment
Hutch News - August 20, 2018

Prostate cancer and the power of PTEN

From the Stanford Group, Public Health Sciences Division
Science Spotlight - December 18, 2017

Signature required: predicting prostate cancer aggressiveness

Prostate Studies (Public Health Sciences)
Science Spotlight - November 21, 2016

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center study shows statins may reduce risk of prostate cancer death

Janet Stanford and colleagues find mortality rate among those who use the cholesterol-lowering drugs is 1 percent compared to 5 percent among nonusers
Hutch News - May 03, 2013

Free 'Breakthroughs In Prostate Cancer Research' symposium March 16

Institute for Prostate Cancer Research event features Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center scientists discussing advances in genetically tailored treatment for prostate cancer; register by March 9
Hutch News - March 04, 2013

Fred Hutch study associates deep-fried foods with increased prostate cancer risk

Dr. Janet Stanford and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center colleagues find regular consumption had strongest effect, linked to more aggressive disease
Hutch News - February 04, 2013

More than 1.1 million moustaches help fund prostate cancer research

Movember awards $380,000 to Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center’s Janet Stanford for work toward a clinical tool to guide treatment, improve survival rates
Hutch News - January 14, 2013

Prostate biomarker discovery could lead to simple test for lethal cancer

Janet Stanford leads first population-based study to identify and validate five inherited genetic variants strongly associated with prostate cancer progression and mortality
Hutch News - August 22, 2011

Researchers discover five inherited genetic variants that could help identify the most lethal prostate cancers

From Seattle to Sweden: first population-based study to demonstrate that inherited genetic variants play a role in prostate cancer progression and mortality
Releases - August 16, 2011

Experiencing a real life of science at 16

Changes to Center's minor work permit allows high-school students to perform 'real lab duties'
Hutch News - January 01, 2007
Last Modified, August 15, 2019