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Dr. Yingqi Zhao receives SWOG Coltman Fellowship early-career award

She plans to use the funds to develop new surveillance and diagnostic strategies for immunotherapy trials

Aug. 8, 2018 | By Colin Petersdorf / Fred Hutch News Service

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center biostatistician Dr. Yingqi Zhao has been awarded the Dr. Charles A. Coltman Jr. Fellowship, which recognizes and funds prolific early- and mid-career scientists from affiliated institutions within SWOG, a national clinical trials network.

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Good News at Fred Hutch

Celebrating faculty and staff achievements

May 12, 2016

on and Dottie Thomas inducted into Washington Life Science Hall of Fame; Dr. Beverly Torok-Storb a 2016 Women in Life Sciences honoree; Dr. Linda Ko receives $2.5M NIH grant to combat childhood obesity in Lower Yakima Valley; Dr. Ruth Etzioni receives American Statistical Association award; and Global Oncology fellow Dr. Innocent Mutyaba named one of IARC’s ‘cancer research leaders of the future’.

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Good News at Fred Hutch

Celebrating faculty and staff achievements

April 15, 2016

Gay City was among three community groups to receive funding this year from the Fred Hutch Health Disparities Research Center. Shown here are community organizer Emmet Stanfield and Kathy Ulrich, development director.

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On the quest for truth

The Women’s Health Initiative launches two new studies to find out the real benefits of multivitamins, cocoa and exercise

March 20, 2015 | By Diane Mapes / Fred Hutch News Service

The Women's Health Initiative, based at Fred Hutch, is launching two large studies designed to discover the health benefits (or risks) of cocoa, multivitamins and exercise in older adults.

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Adding genetic variants to breast cancer risk models offers little benefit

Predictive accuracy not changed enough to shift clinical decisions

March 22, 2010

Recent findings by Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center researchers show that breast cancer risk assessment models—which predict a woman’s chance of developing the cancer—do not perform better when they include common genetic variants recently linked to the disease.

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Improving early detection of prostate cancer

Ruth Etzioni's study is first to formally evaluate the combined PSA test's ability to distinguish between true cancers and benign conditions

Nov. 4, 2004 | By BARBARA BERG

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