Recent notable accomplishments: Dr. Linda Buck elected to Royal Society; Dr. Cecilia Moens published paper describing use of novel gene editing tool to screen for genes’ functions in vertebrates; Elizabeth Carosso receives Margaret T. Farwell Outstanding Staff Career Contribution Award; Fred Hutch named Gold-level Bicycle Friendly Business
Mateo Banegas, colleagues show Web-based tool successful helping women with high breast cancer risk understand medical options
April 23, 2012
A new study has found that when women at high risk of breast cancer viewed a customized Web-based decision guide about prevention options, they were more likely to make a choice about prevention and to feel comfortable with their choice.
Response to a summer survey drove development of the site as a resource for information on Center research and events relating to underserved populations and cancer
Feb. 21, 2012
| By Rachel Tompa
The Health Disparities Research Center, established at the Hutchinson Center in January 2011 to unite, define and prioritize research on cancer in underrepresented populations, has just launched a resource-filled website on CenterNet.
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