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Ending systemic racism in oncology is everyone's responsibility

In a Q&A, Dr. Rachel Issaka discussed how health care professionals can dismantle systemic racism in medicine, including examining “the policies and structures within medicine that make it more difficult for minority patients to thrive.”

The ASCO Post
September 30, 2020

Junior Geek of the Month: Future doctor Nicole Magaki wants to make health care more accessible

Dr. Katherine Lalish described the qualities that make Fred Hutch intern Nicole Magaki a fitting “Junior Geek of the Month.”

September 29, 2020

Fred Hutch seeks increased diversity among volunteers for COVID-19 study

Dr. Alpana Waghmare described why Fred Hutch's CovidWatch study is now available for Spanish-speaking volunteers.

The Seattle Times
September 29, 2020

Coronavirus pandemic could impact cancer rates and care in the future

Dr. Chris Li described how obesity is driving an increase in cancer rates.

September 25, 2020

Three scientists race to track deadly pathogen in their city

Dr. Trevor Bedford reflected on discovering the first case of community transmission in the region in this comic feature.

September 25, 2020

Quitting smoking apps that help you acknowledge your triggers work better, study shows

Dr. Jonathan Bricker explained how acknowledging and accepting cravings is the key to quitting smoking.

September 21, 2020

Colds Nearly Vanished Under Lockdown. Now They’re Coming Back

Dr. Steve Pergam described how the COVID-19 pandemic could impact other infections.

September 21, 2020

A look back at the first death from COVID-19 in the U.S

Dr. Trevor Bedford spoke about the early cases of COVID in the U.S.

September 18, 2020

VIDEO: Quickest way to reduce COVID-19 numbers

Dr. Daniel Reeves described how increased masking is the key to lowering COVID-19 transmissions.

September 14, 2020

As COVID-19 trials move at warp speed, recruiting black volunteers takes time

Rev. Edwin Sanders, a faith ambassador with the CoVPN Faith Initiative, characterized his approach with his community and congregation.

September 11, 2020

New ads encourage minorities to participate in vaccine trials

Dr. Larry Corey discussed the importance of conducting vaccine trials to the highest scientific standards. 

September 10, 2020

Hair dye not linked to increased risk of most cancers

Dr. Anne McTiernan explained the limitations of studying hair dye and cancer risk.

September 09, 2020

New ads encourage minorities to roll up their sleeves and participate in coronavirus vaccine trials

Dr. Larry Corey discussed the purpose of CoVPN’s national ad campaign.

September 08, 2020

Cancer clinical trials: Screeching halt, now some recovery

Dr. Fred Appelbaum discussed policies to keep clinical trials for cancer moving forward during COVID-19.

September 08, 2020

How can you tell if a COVID-19 vaccine is working?

In an FAQ about vaccine trial statistics, Holly Janes explained how the COVID-19 trials are based on how many cases of the disease.

September 07, 2020

Why volunteer for a vaccine study? Duty, love and a willingness to experiment, participants say

Dr. Jim Kublin discussed the need for volunteers in the COVID-19 clinical trial registry.

USA Today
September 04, 2020

How volunteers and scientists help determine if a vaccine works

Holly Janes explained statistics of COVID-19 vaccine trials.

September 04, 2020

Fortune 40 under 40 - Trevor Bedford

Dr. Trevor Bedford was selected for Fortune’s 40 under 40 in the healthcare category.

September 02, 2020