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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
1 NEW Week of November 10, 2019

The sexual aftermath of cancer treatment

From impotence to ‘chemopause’ to missing body parts, treatment side effects can mess with patients’ sex lives — why don’t we talk about it more?
Hutch News - July 28, 2016

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Survivorship Program to lead nationwide study of young-adult cancer survivors

Research involves seven Livestrong sites and 3,000 former patients; goal is to improve long-term health outcomes
Hutch News - April 05, 2013

Center hosts annual cancer survivorship seminar June 2

'Moving Beyond Cancer to Wellness' features keynote by comedian/juggler/survivor, breakout sessions on health and well-being, and provider panel; registration required
Hutch News - May 29, 2012

Community-based strength training classes safe, effective for cancer survivors

Karen Syrjala and colleagues find mind, body benefits for former patients who participated in YMCA Exercise and Thrive program
Hutch News - January 17, 2012

Register for survivorship symposium for clinicians

Survivorship Program offers continuing education for health care professionals with ‘Cancer Survivorship for Clinicians’ Feb. 10-11; registration required
Hutch News - December 12, 2011

Healthy for the Holidays - 10 tips for cancer survivors

Survivorship programs offer resources and research for staying healthy year-round
Releases - November 22, 2011

‘Moving Beyond Cancer to Wellness’ draws more than 200

Former cancer patients, caregivers came to campus for the fifth annual survivorship seminar, where they learned about nutrition, coping with chemobrain and more
Hutch News - June 27, 2011

Chemobrain: Most patients recover within five years

Karen Syrjala study finds while neurocognitive functions improve for most after bone marrow or stem cell transplantation, fine motor and memory deficits persist for many patients
Hutch News - May 09, 2011
Last Modified, August 15, 2019