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Women at greater risk for more severe adverse events from cancer treatments

Dr. Joe Unger commented on a study he led on treatment-associated adverse events by sex.

Healio
June 02, 2022

6 steps you can take to quit smoking and live a healthier life

Dr. Jonathan Bricker discussed smoking cessation.

CNN
May 31, 2022

Women suffer more after cancer treatments than men

Dr. Joe Unger shared his hopes for the treatment of cancer patients. 

El Pais
April 23, 2022

Women with breast cancer at higher risk for cardiovascular disease events, mortality

Dr. Heather Greenlee discussed her new study on breast cancer and cardiovascular risk.

Healio
April 06, 2022

Cancer leads to financial hardship, even among the privately insured

Dr. Veena Shankaran and coauthors urged more support for people with cancer.

Medscape
March 22, 2022

Women see more adverse events with chemo and newer cancer treatments, study finds

Dr. Joe Unger discussed future research building on a study he led.

STAT
March 07, 2022

Even if uninsured, people with advanced cancer often face financial problems

Dr. Veena Shankaran shared findings from a recent study.

NCI Cancer Currents
January 25, 2022

The COVID Cancer Effect

Kathy Briant and Dr. Rachel Issaka discussed how the pandemic has reduced cancer screenings.

Scientific American
November 16, 2021

Rachel Issaka is proud to inspire the next generation of doctors

Dr. Rachel Issaka was featured as one of PSBJ's 40 under 40. 

Puget Sound Business Journal
October 12, 2021

Pioneering Gene Therapy Freed Her of Sickle Cell. Is a Cure at Hand?

Dr. Scott Ramsey commented on how the standard treatment for sickle cell disease is more costly than a new curative approach.

The New York Times
September 14, 2021

Researchers Investigate Molecular Clues in Puzzling Alaska Native Cancer Disparity

Dr. Riki Peters and collaborators spoke about new research to understand colorectal cancer disparities in Alaska Native people.     

The Science Writer
September 01, 2021

How to quit smoking: 5 actions you can take now 5 actions you can take now to end the addiction

Dr. Jonathan Bricker shared strategies for quitting smoking.

CNN
July 16, 2021

Videos reduce HPV vaccine hesitancy among parents

Dr. Parth Shah discussed his study on how to encourage HPV vaccination.

Healio
July 15, 2021

The COVID pandemic’s lingering impact on clinical trials

Dr. Joe Unger discussed efforts to measure whether changes to clinical trials during the pandemic affected data quality.

Nature
June 28, 2021

New Guidelines Say Colonoscopies Should Start At Age 45

Dr. Rachel Issaka gave insights on the new guidelines for colonoscopies. 

Seattle Medium
May 20, 2021

A doctor trained nurse practitioners to do colonoscopies. Critics say his research exploited Black patients

Dr. Rachel Issaka critiqued a study’s consent process.

STAT
May 04, 2021

Patients with cancer living in poorer areas have worse survival outcomes

Dr. Joe Unger explained his study showing that in cancer patients, “access to guideline-based care...alone is not sufficient to eliminate disparate outcomes related to socioeconomic deprivation.”

HemOnc
March 17, 2021

Fred Hutch initiative Cook for Your Life brings cancer nutrition research to the kitchen

Dr. Heather Greenlee described her goal for the Cook for Your Life website.

The Seattle Times
February 08, 2021

A Colonoscopy Alternative Comes Home

Dr. Rachel Issaka described how patients should approach at-home colon cancer tests with their doctors.

The New York Times
January 11, 2021

Amid Pandemic, Scientists Reassess Routine Medical Care

Dr. Scott Ramsey discussed how some of the changes to health care during the pandemic may result in improved quality of care and greater efficiency.

The New York Times
December 12, 2020

Dismantling structural racism in medicine is good for us all

Dr. Rachel Issaka spoke with KING 5 about how structural racism affects both doctors of color and patients. 

KING 5
November 03, 2020

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

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.

CNN
September 21, 2020

How the COVID-19 pandemic has changed cancer care, in 4 charts

Dr. Rachel Issaka commented on the importance of home screening tests for colorectal cancer.

TIME
August 28, 2020

Listen: Coronavirus vaccine data, saving the U.S.’s pandemic response, and systemic racism in medicine

Dr. Rachel Issaka discussed her recent essay on structural racism in academic medicine, and what should be done to change it. 

STAT
July 16, 2020

FDA pilot program to communicate patient reported outcomes from cancer clinical trials

Joseph Unger commented on his new study on the impact of insurance status on health outcomes. 

The Cancer Letter
June 26, 2020

Black patients are underrepresented in cancer clinical trials but more likely to be enrolled in public-sponsored vs pharmaceutical-sponsored studies

Joseph Unger’s and the SWOG network's latest research illustrating that Black patients are better represented in publicly funded cancer clinical trials is discussed. 

ASCO Post
June 24, 2020

The cost of racial disparities in clinical trials

Joe Unger commented on how a lack of Black patients in clinical trials can lead to a lack of data on how drugs impact vulnerable populations. 

Axios
June 19, 2020

Insurance status linked to survival benefit in cancer treatment trials

Dr. Joe Unger’s research with the SWOG network suggesting health insurance plays a role in clinical trial success for patients is discussed. 

HemOnc Today
June 12, 2020

CCC19 data point to extensive use of hydroxychloroquine, azithromycin, or both, by patients with cancer and COVID-19

Dr. Gary Lyman’s work with the COVID-19 and Cancer Consortium is referenced, revealing that patients with active cancer have a higher risk of death after contracting SARS-CoV-2. 

The Cancer Letter
May 29, 2020

'Major financial hardship' hits most patients battling advanced colon cancer

New research from the Hutch's health economics group HICOR and Dr. Veena Shankaran, suggesting nearly 75% of patients with advanced colon cancer experience financial hardship as a result of treatment is discussed. 

U.S. News & World Report
May 28, 2020

Cancer patients without insurance or Medicaid don’t experience the same benefits of clinical trials

A SWOG study led by Joseph Unger is featured, specifically findings that insurance plays a large role in whether a patient benefits from clinical trials.

The Cancer Letter
May 08, 2020

As pandemic claims non-COVID patients, some face difficult decisions

Dr. Gary Lyman discussed the risk cancer patients face with COVID-19 and his work with the COVID-19 and Cancer Consortium.

PBS
May 04, 2020

The fight against COVID-19 threatens to cause collateral health damage

Rachel Issaka weighed in on the need to continue cancer and other chronic disease management and prevention work despite COVID-19. 

Scientific American
May 01, 2020

ASCO panel outlines cancer care challenges during COVID-19 pandemic

Dr. Gary Lyman’s comments from a panel on COVID-19 and cancer care are highlighted. 

Medscape
April 27, 2020

Leading experts launch COVID-19 & cancer consortium

Gary Lyman’s comments on the new COVID-19 cancer registry are discussed. 

Cancer Health
April 16, 2020

Blood test may detect multiple cancer types: Study

Dr. William Grady commented on an outside study on blood tests and cancer detection.

Medscape
April 03, 2020

Cancer consortium launches COVID-19 registry in urgent appeal for data to save lives at risk from infection

Dr. Gary Lyman commented on the new COVID-19 and Cancer Consortium (CCC19) registry and how they will use COVID-19 data to inform treatment. 

ASCO Daily News
March 26, 2020

The blind leading the blind: COVID-19, cancer, and the need for more data

Dr. Gary Lyman discussed best practices for treating cancer patients during the COVID-19 outbreak.

ASCO Daily News
March 25, 2020

Taking supplements during breast cancer treatment increase risk of death and relapse, what does this mean for patients?

Dr. Kevin Cheung provided expert commentary on the relationship between breast cancer and nutritional supplements. 

Forbes
January 06, 2020

Lung-MAP trial reveals genetic testing knowledge gaps among patients

Dr. Joshua Roth discussed his study on genetic testing knowledge.

Cure Today
November 20, 2019

Dr. Lyman on challenges with biosimilar policies

 Dr. Gary Lyman, senior lead of health care quality and policy at Fred Hutch, provided expert commentary on biosimilar policies.

OncLive
September 24, 2019

Dr. Lyman on challenges with biosimilar policies

 Dr. Gary Lyman, senior lead of health care quality and policy at Fred Hutch, provided expert commentary on biosimilar policies.

OncLive
September 24, 2019

Low-Fat Dietary Pattern Offers Long-Term Health Benefits

HealthDay features Dr. Ross Prentice and the Women’s Health Initiative research on the benefits of long-term benefits of low-fat diets for 

HealthDay
September 04, 2019

What does your waist say about your health? According to a new study, a lot more than you’d think.

The Seattle Times features Dr. Marian Neuhouser’s research on body mass index, waist size and health correlates. 

The Seattle Times
August 21, 2019

What we need to do to get more people with cancer into clinical trials

Dr. Joseph Unger provided expert commentary focused on clinical trial participation barriers.

Healthline
August 05, 2019

Lung cancer screening guidelines may miss more African Americans at risk

Dr. Jaimee Heffner provided expert commentary on a new study about lung cancer screening guidelines. This story was re-printed in several other outlets, including Business Insider. 

Reuters
June 27, 2019

Cost effectiveness of CAR T-Cell therapy depends on long-term outcomes

Dr. Josh Roth provided expert commentary about a study on cost of CAR-T therapy.

Cancer Network
June 23, 2019

HBV tied to non-liver digestive-tract cancers

MedPage Today highlighted a study led by Fred Hutch’s Dr. Scott Ramsey, which showed that newly diagnosed cancer patients were unaware that they were infected with Hepatitis B and other viruses.

MedPage Today
June 17, 2019

Listen: A special episode from the halls of the ASCO meeting

STAT interviewed Dr. Parth Shah on The Readout Loud podcast about his research on increasing HPV vaccination rates in the U.S. 

STAT
June 04, 2019

Health claims in nutrition books can be a ‘volcano of nonsense.’ A new website is fighting back.

Dr. Mario Kratz provided comments on why he reviews the latest nutrition and health books for the Red Pen Reviews website. 

The Seattle Times
May 23, 2019

A new study links sugary drinks with disease. The reality is more complicated

The Seattle Times cited Dr. Mario Kratz about the health impact of sugary beverages.

The Seattle Times
May 01, 2019

High-deductible health policies linked to delayed diagnosis and treatment

Dr. Veena Shankaran, co-director of Fred Hutch’s health care and economics policy research group, the Hutchinson Institute for Cancer Outcomes Research, commented on the impact of high-deductible health plans on people with cancer. 

NPR
April 18, 2019

The disturbing links between too much weight and several types of cancer

Fred Hutch Dr. Jonathan Wright provided expert commentary on the relationship between excess weight and cancer risk. 

The Washington Post
April 14, 2019

Oral blood thinner may reduce blood clots in high-risk patients with cancer

CURE profiled Dr. Gary Lyman and a New England Journal of Medicine study he co-authored that evaluated a drug’s safety and efficacy in preventing blood clots in cancer patients. The results from this study, known as the CASSINI trial, showed that the drug may reduce the risk of blood clots in cancer patients.

Cure
March 08, 2019

Oral blood thinner may reduce blood clots in high-risk patients with cancer

CURE profiled Dr. Gary Lyman and a New England Journal of Medicine study he co-authored that evaluated a drug’s safety and efficacy in preventing blood clots in cancer patients. The results from this study, known as the CASSINI trial, showed that the drug may reduce the risk of blood clots in cancer patients.

Cure
March 08, 2019

Tobacco 21 and cancer consequences

KING 5 aired multiple stories on Dr. Jonathan Bricker’s efforts to help cancer patients quit smoking and to support the Washington state tobacco 21 bill which will raise the age of smoking from 18 to 21. The bill was signed into law at Fred Hutch on April 5th.

King 5
March 04, 2019

Tobacco 21 and cancer consequences

KING 5 aired multiple stories on Dr. Jonathan Bricker’s efforts to help cancer patients quit smoking and to support the Washington state tobacco 21 bill which will raise the age of smoking from 18 to 21. The bill was signed into law at Fred Hutch on April 5th.

King 5
March 04, 2019

Hutchinson Institute for Cancer Outcomes Research names co-director

Dr. Veena Shankaran is profiled about her new role as the co-director of Hutchinson Institute for Cancer Outcomes Research. 

HemOnc Today
February 26, 2019

Many newly diagnosed Patients with Cancer Are Unaware of Hepatitis Infection

This article features a recent study by Fred Hutch researcher Dr. Scott Ramsey published in JAMA Oncology which found that many cancer patients were had undiagnosed Hepatitis B and C and HIV infection.

CURE
February 25, 2019

Many newly diagnosed Patients with Cancer Are Unaware of Hepatitis Infection

This article features a recent study by Fred Hutch researcher Dr. Scott Ramsey published in JAMA Oncology which found that many cancer patients were had undiagnosed Hepatitis B and C and HIV infection.

CURE
February 25, 2019

Rivaroxaban decreases VTE incidence during intervention period among patients with cancer

This article features Dr. Gary Lyman’s recent research published in the New England Journal of Medicine. This was the first clinical study investigating the use of the direct oral anticoagulant, rivaroxaban, to prevent blood clots in patients with cancer at high-risk.

Healio
February 21, 2019

Why do only eight percent of cancer patients in the U.S. participate in clinical trials?

This article features Dr. Joe Unger’s recent study on barriers to clinical trials. Unger’s study showed that structural and clinical barriers prevent more than 3 out of 4 cancer patients from participating in clinical trials.

Forbes
February 19, 2019

Tech moves: Rhapsody adds CCO as ‘Powered by Napster’ formally launches; DreamBox hires CFO following cash infusion; and more

Dr. Veena Shankaran’s new role as the co-director of Fred Hutch’s healthcare economics and policy group was announced in GeekWire’s weekly tech moves column. 

GeekWire
January 31, 2019

Information, not urgency, boosts parents’ confidence in HPV vaccine

This article features Fred Hutch researcher Dr. Parth Shah’s latest research on HPV vaccination. Dr. Shah found that parents were more confident in HPV vaccination and more motivated to have their child vaccinated by being exposed to physician messages that provided information rather than a sense of urgency. 

Reuters Health – MD Linx
January 28, 2019

Information, not urgency, boosts parents’ confidence in HPV vaccine

This article features Fred Hutch researcher Dr. Parth Shah’s latest research on HPV vaccination. Dr. Shah found that parents were more confident in HPV vaccination and more motivated to have their child vaccinated by being exposed to physician messages that provided information rather than a sense of urgency. 

Reuters Health – MD Linx
January 28, 2019

A Conversation with Gary Lyman, MD: Biosimilars and the Search for the Cure To Cancer Treatment’s Financial Toxicity

Fred Hutch researcher Dr. Gary Lyman is featured in this Q&A piece on biosimilars. Dr. Lyman provides comments about how the high prices of cancer treatment contribute to financial toxicity

Managed Care Online
January 25, 2019

Undiagnosed hepatitis common among people with cancer

This article highlights a recent study which found a high rate of undiagnosed acute and chronic hepatitis among cancer patients. Fred Hutch researcher Dr. Scott Ramsey provides expert commentary on the implications the study has in terms of screening. U.S. News & World Report also covered this study. 

POZ
January 25, 2019

A Conversation with Gary Lyman, MD: Biosimilars and the Search for the Cure To Cancer Treatment’s Financial Toxicity

Fred Hutch researcher Dr. Gary Lyman is featured in this Q&A piece on biosimilars. Dr. Lyman provides comments about how the high prices of cancer treatment contribute to financial toxicity

Managed Care Online
January 25, 2019

Undiagnosed hepatitis common among people with cancer

This article highlights a recent study which found a high rate of undiagnosed acute and chronic hepatitis among cancer patients. Fred Hutch researcher Dr. Scott Ramsey provides expert commentary on the implications the study has in terms of screening. U.S. News & World Report also covered this study. 

POZ
January 25, 2019

What to eat – and how to feel better – during menopause

This article includes a mention of a Fred Hutch study led by Dr. Marian Neuhouser which found that women diagnosed with breast cancer who ate a low-fat diet were more likely to survive. 

The Seattle Times
January 23, 2019

What to eat – and how to feel better – during menopause

This article includes a mention of a Fred Hutch study led by Dr. Marian Neuhouser which found that women diagnosed with breast cancer who ate a low-fat diet were more likely to survive. 

The Seattle Times
January 23, 2019

Comorbidities associated with lower clinical trial participation

This article features Dr. Joseph Unger’s recent study in JAMA Oncology on clinical trial participation. Dr. Unger shows that patients with comorbidities are less likely to participate in clinical trials.

CURE Today
January 16, 2019

Comorbidities associated with lower clinical trial participation

This article features Dr. Joseph Unger’s recent study in JAMA Oncology on clinical trial participation. Dr. Unger shows that patients with comorbidities are less likely to participate in clinical trials.

CURE Today
January 16, 2019

5 ways to protect your prostate

This piece highlights a study published in JNCI by Fred Hutch Dr. Joseph Unger, which shows that men who’ve taken 5-alpha reductase inhibitors had a 21 percent reduced risk of PCa 16 years later. 

Men’s Health
January 14, 2019

5 ways to protect your prostate

This piece highlights a study published in JNCI by Fred Hutch Dr. Joseph Unger, which shows that men who’ve taken 5-alpha reductase inhibitors had a 21 percent reduced risk of PCa 16 years later. 

Men’s Health
January 14, 2019

Cancer comorbidities reduce clinical trial participation, new SWOG study shows

Fred Hutch researcher Dr. Joseph Unger’s latest research on clinical trial participation is featured in this piece. Dr. Unger and his team showed that cancer patients with other illnesses or conditions, are less likely to be offered to join a clinical trial, and therefore less likely to enroll. This research was published in several other outlets including Healio, Medical Health News and MedPage Today. 

ecancer
January 11, 2019

Cancer comorbidities reduce clinical trial enrollment, study finds

This piece features Fred Hutch Dr. Joseph Unger’s latest research showing that expanding clinical trial eligibility criteria to allow patients with comorbidities would give opportunities for up to 6,317 cancer patients to be allowed to join a trial every year. 

Becker’s Hospital Review
January 11, 2019

Cancer comorbidities reduce clinical trial participation, new SWOG study shows

Fred Hutch researcher Dr. Joseph Unger’s latest research on clinical trial participation is featured in this piece. Dr. Unger and his team showed that cancer patients with other illnesses or conditions, are less likely to be offered to join a clinical trial, and therefore less likely to enroll. This research was published in several other outlets including Healio, Medical Health News and MedPage Today. 

ecancer
January 11, 2019

Cancer comorbidities reduce clinical trial enrollment, study finds

This piece features Fred Hutch Dr. Joseph Unger’s latest research showing that expanding clinical trial eligibility criteria to allow patients with comorbidities would give opportunities for up to 6,317 cancer patients to be allowed to join a trial every year. 

Becker’s Hospital Review
January 11, 2019

6 vitamin myths you have to stop believing – and 2 vitamins you actually do need

Fred Hutch Dr. Marian Neuhouser provides expert comments on the benefits of multivitamins.

MSN
December 22, 2018

Study identifies 40 new genetic variants associated with colorectal cancer risk

This article features the most comprehensive genome-wide association study of colorectal cancer risk to date, led by Dr. Ulrike “Riki” Peters. Peters and her team have discovered 40 new genetic variants associated with colorectal cancer risk.

Everyday Health
December 03, 2018

Coping with head and neck cancer

Salene Jones, an assistant member in the Public Health Sciences Division at Fred Hutch, provides comments on depression screening for cancer patients in relation to a recent study that adds new information about suicide risk in head and neck cancer patients and survivors.

Cancer Today
November 21, 2018

It’s too early to take baby aspirin to cut ovarian cancer risk, but not too early to improve your diet

This article features research and comments by Dr. Marian Neuhouser on diet in relation to cancer prevention.

The Washington Post
November 12, 2018

It’s too early to take baby aspirin to cut ovarian cancer risk, but not too early to improve your diet

This article features research and comments by Dr. Marian Neuhouser on diet in relation to cancer prevention.

The Washington Post
November 12, 2018

Pricey precision medicine often financially toxic for cancer patients

Dr. Scott Ramsey and Dr. Gary Lyman provide expert comments on the cost of precision medicine and the impact it has on patients.

Kaiser Health News
November 01, 2018

Pricey precision medicine often financially toxic for cancer patients

Dr. Scott Ramsey and Dr. Gary Lyman provide expert comments on the cost of precision medicine and the impact it has on patients.

Kaiser Health News
November 01, 2018

Healthy Living: Doctors say exercise and diet can reduce risk of breast cancer

Dr. Anne McTiernan shares her top prevention tips during this breast cancer awareness month-focused interview.

KCPQ-TV
October 17, 2018

Should we rely on artificial intelligence to provide advice about cancer?

Dr. Scott Ramsey, director of Fred Hutch’s health economics group, talked about a partnership between the Hutch and Microsoft, using artificial intelligence technology to help cancer patients detect early, subtle signs of complications in an effort to improve patient health while lowering costs.

U.S. News & World Report
September 26, 2018

Should we rely on artificial intelligence to provide advice about cancer?

Dr. Scott Ramsey, director of Fred Hutch’s health economics group, talked about a partnership between the Hutch and Microsoft, using artificial intelligence technology to help cancer patients detect early, subtle signs of complications in an effort to improve patient health while lowering costs.

U.S. News & World Report
September 26, 2018

The Roots of Rural Health Disparities

This story summarized a study led by Dr. Joe Unger focused on outcomes for rural vs. urban cancer patients.

Cancer Today
September 13, 2018

The Roots of Rural Health Disparities

This story summarized a study led by Dr. Joe Unger focused on outcomes for rural vs. urban cancer patients.

Cancer Today
September 13, 2018

Opportunities, issues and challenges for biosimilars in oncology

In an article on the future of biosimilars, biologic agents that are highly similar but not identical to approved reference biologic agents, The ASCO Post quoted extensively from a recent article by the Hutch’s Dr. Gary Lyman and colleagues in The New England Journal of Medicine.

The ASCO Post
July 25, 2018

ASCO endorses guidelines for integrative therapies during and after breast cancer treatment

Fred Hutch’s Dr. Gary Lyman is quoted in this article announcing that the American Society of Clinical Oncology now accepts certain integrative therapies for patients and survivors of breast cancer. Lyman was co-chair of the ASCO panel reviewing the clinical practice guidelines.

The ASCO Post
July 25, 2018

Opportunities, issues and challenges for biosimilars in oncology

In an article on the future of biosimilars, biologic agents that are highly similar but not identical to approved reference biologic agents, The ASCO Post quoted extensively from a recent article by the Hutch’s Dr. Gary Lyman and colleagues in The New England Journal of Medicine.

The ASCO Post
July 25, 2018

ASCO endorses guidelines for integrative therapies during and after breast cancer treatment

Fred Hutch’s Dr. Gary Lyman is quoted in this article announcing that the American Society of Clinical Oncology now accepts certain integrative therapies for patients and survivors of breast cancer. Lyman was co-chair of the ASCO panel reviewing the clinical practice guidelines.

The ASCO Post
July 25, 2018

A leading oncology association says some complementary therapies helpful to women with breast cancer with HIV

Dr. Heather Greenlee, a Fred Hutch specialist in naturopathic medicine and integrative therapies, explained new guidelines adopted by the American Society of Clinical Oncology on the use of certain integrative approaches for managing symptoms and side effects of breast cancer treatment. She is a co-author of an article announcing the guidelines in the Journal of Clinical Oncology.

Everyday Health
June 14, 2018

Fred Hutch doctor comments on reducing need for breast cancer patients to undergo chemotherapy

Research presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) and published in the New England Journal of Medicine suggests that new genetic testing may make it possible for 70 percent of early-stage breast cancer patients to avoid chemotherapy. Fred Hutch’s Dr. Kevin Cheung explained the study and its implications for patients.

KOMO-TV
June 04, 2018

The high cost of cancer treatment

Dr. Gary Lyman, co-director of the Hutch’s health economics group, HICOR, was quoted extensively in an AARP article on financial toxicity associated with cancer treatment. “Recent studies we’ve done have shown high rates of bankruptcy among patients with cancer. And this has escalated over the past decade, as some of the exciting new agents that have come along have just skyrocketed,” he said.

AARP Magazine
June 02, 2018

The high cost of cancer treatment

Dr. Gary Lyman, co-director of the Hutch’s health economics group, HICOR, was quoted extensively in an AARP article on financial toxicity associated with cancer treatment. “Recent studies we’ve done have shown high rates of bankruptcy among patients with cancer. And this has escalated over the past decade, as some of the exciting new agents that have come along have just skyrocketed,” he said.

AARP Magazine
June 02, 2018

Study presented at American Society of Clinical Oncology compares US and Canadian cancer care costs

Dr. Heather Greenlee, a Fred Hutch specialist in naturopathic medicine and integrative therapies, explained new guidelines adopted by the American Society of Clinical Oncology on the use of certain integrative approaches for managing symptoms and side effects of breast cancer treatment. She is a co-author of an article announcing the guidelines in the Journal of Clinical Oncology.

Reuters
June 01, 2018

Study presented at American Society of Clinical Oncology compares US and Canadian cancer care costs

Dr. Heather Greenlee, a Fred Hutch specialist in naturopathic medicine and integrative therapies, explained new guidelines adopted by the American Society of Clinical Oncology on the use of certain integrative approaches for managing symptoms and side effects of breast cancer treatment. She is a co-author of an article announcing the guidelines in the Journal of Clinical Oncology.

Reuters
June 01, 2018

Does eating soy products increase or lower risk of breast cancer?

Dr. Marian L. Neuhouser, head of the Cancer Prevention Program at Fred Hutch, discussed possible links between soy products and breast cancer. She noted compounds found in soybeans and other plants can mimic the effects of estrogen, a prime driver of most breast cancers, but most studies have found no negative association between soy consumption and breast cancer risk.

U.S. News & World Report
May 24, 2018

Preventive benefit of finasteride for prostate cancer maintained for 16 years

A new study found that men who took finasteride for seven years had reduced risk for prostate cancer throughout 16 years of follow-up. “One concern with these kinds of interventions is that while people are taking the intervention that prostate cancer may be prevented, but then rates snap back once the intervention is discontinued. That did not happen here. The preventive benefit of finasteride was maintained over the 16 years,” said Dr. Joseph Unger, assistant member of the Cancer Prevention Program.

Cancer Therapy Advisor
April 09, 2018

Preventive benefit of finasteride for prostate cancer maintained for 16 years

A new study found that men who took finasteride for seven years had reduced risk for prostate cancer throughout 16 years of follow-up. “One concern with these kinds of interventions is that while people are taking the intervention that prostate cancer may be prevented, but then rates snap back once the intervention is discontinued. That did not happen here. The preventive benefit of finasteride was maintained over the 16 years,” said Dr. Joseph Unger, assistant member of the Cancer Prevention Program.

Cancer Therapy Advisor
April 09, 2018

Dr. Gary Lyman sees knowledge of biosimilars in cancer has improved

Fred Hutch Dr. Gary Lyman discussed the role of biosimilars and their growing use in cancer treatment.

American Journal of Managed Care
March 24, 2018

Dr. Gary Lyman sees knowledge of biosimilars in cancer has improved

Fred Hutch Dr. Gary Lyman discussed the role of biosimilars and their growing use in cancer treatment.

American Journal of Managed Care
March 24, 2018

Cognitive behavioral therapy may improve sleep during menopause

For women experiencing sleep disturbances associated with menopause, talking with a sleep coach and adopting personalized advice and tools was more effective than other measures aimed at improving sleep, according to Dr. Katherine Guthrie of the Public Health Sciences Division, who led a study that appeared in the journal Sleep.

Reuters and others
December 29, 2017

Cognitive behavioral therapy may improve sleep during menopause

For women experiencing sleep disturbances associated with menopause, talking with a sleep coach and adopting personalized advice and tools was more effective than other measures aimed at improving sleep, according to Dr. Katherine Guthrie of the Public Health Sciences Division, who led a study that appeared in the journal Sleep.

Reuters and others
December 29, 2017

Researchers on racial disparity: ‘We are failing black women with breast cancer’

In a Seattle Times opinion article on racial disparities in treatment and outcomes, Dr. Nancy Davidson, senior vice president and director of the Clinical Research Division, and Dr. Beti Thompson, director of the Health Disparities Research Center, said clinical trials often fail to include people of color, and black women have too little access to information and services.

Seattle Times
October 31, 2017

Researchers on racial disparity: ‘We are failing black women with breast cancer’

In a Seattle Times opinion article on racial disparities in treatment and outcomes, Dr. Nancy Davidson, senior vice president and director of the Clinical Research Division, and Dr. Beti Thompson, director of the Health Disparities Research Center, said clinical trials often fail to include people of color, and black women have too little access to information and services.

Seattle Times
October 31, 2017

Many women with breast cancer get too much testing and treatment

Dr. Scott Ramsey and Dr. Gary Lyman, leaders of the Hutchinson Institute for Cancer Outcomes Research, were quoted in an NPR story on expensive, painful and unnecessary tests and treatments that many women with breast cancer endure. This story originally appeared in Kaiser Health News.

NPR
October 21, 2017

Many women with breast cancer get too much testing and treatment

Dr. Scott Ramsey and Dr. Gary Lyman, leaders of the Hutchinson Institute for Cancer Outcomes Research, were quoted in an NPR story on expensive, painful and unnecessary tests and treatments that many women with breast cancer endure. This story originally appeared in Kaiser Health News.

NPR
October 21, 2017

A cancer conundrum: too many drug trials, too few patients

Dr. Scott Ramsey, co-director of the Hutchinson Center for Cancer Outcomes Research, or HICOR, was quoted in an article about the lack of patients available to participate in immunotherapy clinical trials

The New York Times
August 12, 2017

A cancer conundrum: too many drug trials, too few patients

Dr. Scott Ramsey, co-director of the Hutchinson Center for Cancer Outcomes Research, or HICOR, was quoted in an article about the lack of patients available to participate in immunotherapy clinical trials

The New York Times
August 12, 2017

More than 3 million life-years added over 60 years as a result of SWOG clinical trials

An interview with Dr. Joseph Unger on the effectiveness of SWOG, a federal clinical trial consortium of which Fred Hutch is a leading member

The Cancer Letter
August 08, 2017

More than 3 million life-years added over 60 years as a result of SWOG clinical trials

An interview with Dr. Joseph Unger on the effectiveness of SWOG, a federal clinical trial consortium of which Fred Hutch is a leading member

The Cancer Letter
August 08, 2017

Antipsychotic added to ASCO antiemetic guide

Dr. Gary Lyman was quoted on updated ASCO guidelines recommending adding olanzapine to a standard three-drug regimen for patients treated with highly emetogenic cancer chemotherapy

MedPage
July 31, 2017

Antipsychotic added to ASCO antiemetic guide

Dr. Gary Lyman was quoted on updated ASCO guidelines recommending adding olanzapine to a standard three-drug regimen for patients treated with highly emetogenic cancer chemotherapy

MedPage
July 31, 2017

Antipsychotic added to ASCO antiemetic guide

Dr. Gary Lyman was quoted on updated ASCO guidelines recommending adding olanzapine to a standard three-drug regimen for patients treated with highly emetogenic cancer chemotherapy

MedPage
July 31, 2017

Antipsychotic added to ASCO antiemetic guide

Dr. Gary Lyman was quoted on updated ASCO guidelines recommending adding olanzapine to a standard three-drug regimen for patients treated with highly emetogenic cancer chemotherapy

MedPage
July 31, 2017

Medicine's movable feast: What jumping genes can teach us about treating disease

Dr. Michael Emerman was quoted in an article on transposable elements in genomes that can jump around chromosomes, contribute to life-threatening diseases and come from dormant viruses

Scientific American
July 26, 2017

Medicine's movable feast: What jumping genes can teach us about treating disease

Dr. Michael Emerman was quoted in an article on transposable elements in genomes that can jump around chromosomes, contribute to life-threatening diseases and come from dormant viruses

Scientific American
July 26, 2017

Brain cancer like McCain's has hundreds of experimental therapies (with little success)

Dr. Eric Holland was quoted in an article about why treatment for glioblastoma, the type of brain cancer Senator John McCain was diagnosed with, is particularly complicated

Forbes
July 24, 2017

Brain cancer like McCain's has hundreds of experimental therapies (with little success)

Dr. Eric Holland was quoted in an article about why treatment for glioblastoma, the type of brain cancer Senator John McCain was diagnosed with, is particularly complicated

Forbes
July 24, 2017

Study informs use of NSAID benefit in colon cancer

Article covers study led by Dr. Polly Newcomb indicating that use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs can increase survival rate in colorectal cancer patients without KRAS wild-type tumors

Medpage Today
June 16, 2017

Study informs use of NSAID benefit in colon cancer

Article covers study led by Dr. Polly Newcomb indicating that use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs can increase survival rate in colorectal cancer patients without KRAS wild-type tumors

Medpage Today
June 16, 2017

5 man-killing cancers you might not spot until it's too late

Article on several cancers that men should be aware of, including comments from Dr. William Grady on symptoms and treatment for colorectal cancer

Men's Health
June 12, 2017

5 man-killing cancers you might not spot until it's too late

Article on several cancers that men should be aware of, including comments from Dr. William Grady on symptoms and treatment for colorectal cancer

Men's Health
June 12, 2017

NCI-funded trials have extended lives of US patients with cancer

Coverage of the Fred Hutch-led study that found trials run by the SWOG collaborative group saved an estimated 3.34 million years of life for cancer patients. Quotes study author Dr. Joseph Unger

Medscape
June 06, 2017

NCI-funded trials have extended lives of US patients with cancer

Coverage of the Fred Hutch-led study that found trials run by the SWOG collaborative group saved an estimated 3.34 million years of life for cancer patients. Quotes study author Dr. Joseph Unger

Medscape
June 06, 2017

Big returns on small cancer research investment, study suggests

Fred Hutch-led study found that trials run by the National Cancer Institute-supported SWOG collaborative group have saved an estimated 3.34 million years of life. Article quotes study author Dr. Joseph Unger on how the team measured the program's benefit

Reuters
June 05, 2017

Big returns on small cancer research investment, study suggests

Fred Hutch-led study found that trials run by the National Cancer Institute-supported SWOG collaborative group have saved an estimated 3.34 million years of life. Article quotes study author Dr. Joseph Unger on how the team measured the program's benefit

Reuters
June 05, 2017

Most cancer mutations arise from ‘bad luck,’ but many cases still preventable, researchers say

Fred Hutch biostatistician Dr. Ross Prentice comments on a controversial study on the role DNA mutations play in cancer risk. Scientific American also ran this story

STAT
March 23, 2017

Most cancer mutations arise from ‘bad luck,’ but many cases still preventable, researchers say

Fred Hutch biostatistician Dr. Ross Prentice comments on a controversial study on the role DNA mutations play in cancer risk. Scientific American also ran this story

STAT
March 23, 2017

For breast cancer survivors, eating soy tied to a longevity boost

Quotes Dr. Marion Neuhouser on a study that found some positive benefits of soy consumption among breast cancer survivors

NPR
March 07, 2017

For breast cancer survivors, eating soy tied to a longevity boost

Quotes Dr. Marion Neuhouser on a study that found some positive benefits of soy consumption among breast cancer survivors

NPR
March 07, 2017

Exercise reduces death from breast cancer relapse by 40 per cent

Article on breast cancer and exercise study quotes Dr. Anne McTiernan

Medical News Today
February 21, 2017

Who's ordering tests and imaging for breast cancer survivors?

Julia Walker, a member of the Hutchinson Institute for Cancer Outcomes Research, is quoted explaining a study looking into why breast cancer patients may be receiving biomarker testing or imaging that doesn't adhere to recommendations

Medscape
February 01, 2017

Food, body image, and self worth with a nutrition doctor

Interview with Dr. Anne McTiernan, a cancer prevention researcher at Fred Hutch who recently wrote a memoir, "Starved: A Nutrition Doctor's Journey from Empty to Full," about her early-childhood of neglect and near-starvation and how she overcame these obstacles to become a leading nutrition researcher

KUOW-FM
January 17, 2017

PEGPH20 extends PFS in advanced pancreatic cancer

Dr. Sunil Hingorani, principal investigator of a trial for pancreatic cancer drug PEGPH20, is quotes on recent clinical trial results

HemOnc Today
January 05, 2017

For a healthy diet, be choosy about your cheese

Quotes Fred Hutch nutritional epidemiologist Dr. Marian Neuhouser

The Washington Post
November 23, 2016

Many Medicare cancer patients hit by high out-of-pocket costs

Quotes Fred Hutch health care economist Dr. Scott Ramsey about a Johns Hopkins study that found cancer patients with only Medicare coverage face steep out-of-pocket costs

The Washington Post
November 23, 2016

For a healthy diet, be choosy about your cheese

Quotes Fred Hutch nutritional epidemiologist Dr. Marian Neuhouser

The Washington Post
November 23, 2016

Many Medicare cancer patients hit by high out-of-pocket costs

Quotes Fred Hutch health care economist Dr. Scott Ramsey about a Johns Hopkins study that found cancer patients with only Medicare coverage face steep out-of-pocket costs

The Washington Post
November 23, 2016

This app could triple a smoker's chance of quitting, new study finds

Article about a study of an app developed by Dr. Jonathan Bricker and 2Morrow that found it could up to triple a smoker's chances of quitting

GeekWire
November 18, 2016

This app could triple a smoker's chance of quitting, new study finds

Article about a study of an app developed by Dr. Jonathan Bricker and 2Morrow that found it could up to triple a smoker's chances of quitting

GeekWire
November 18, 2016

Differences in risk factor estimates for prostate cancer

Coverage of a prostate cancer study by Drs. Catherine Tangen and colleagues that was published recently in the Journal of Clinical Oncology

Doctors Lounge (from HealthDay News)
November 03, 2016

Differences in risk factor estimates for prostate cancer

Coverage of a prostate cancer study by Drs. Catherine Tangen and colleagues that was published recently in the Journal of Clinical Oncology

Doctors Lounge (from HealthDay News)
November 03, 2016

Financial toxicity: 1 in 3 cancer patients have to turn to friends or family to pay for care

Opinion piece by Drs. Scott Ramsey and Veena Shankaran of the Hutchinson Institute for Cancer Outcomes Research

Seattle Magazine
November 02, 2016

Financial toxicity: 1 in 3 cancer patients have to turn to friends or family to pay for care

Opinion piece by Drs. Scott Ramsey and Veena Shankaran of the Hutchinson Institute for Cancer Outcomes Research

Seattle Magazine
November 02, 2016

Breast cancer survivors not always clear about follow up care

Quotes Dr. Gary Lyman, co-director of the Hutchinson Institute for Cancer Outcomes Research about confusion among breast cancer patients about follow-up care

Fox News (from Reuters)
July 05, 2016

Breast cancer survivors not always clear about follow up care

Quotes Dr. Gary Lyman, co-director of the Hutchinson Institute for Cancer Outcomes Research about confusion among breast cancer patients about follow-up care

Fox News (from Reuters)
July 05, 2016

$2.5 million grant awarded for childhood obesity study in Lower Valley

Coverage of a $2.5 million grant to Dr. Linda Ko and colleagues at Fred Hutch to study and prevent childhood obesity in the Lower Yakima Valley

KIMA-TV.com
May 27, 2016

$2.5 million grant awarded for childhood obesity study in Lower Valley

Coverage of a $2.5 million grant to Dr. Linda Ko and colleagues at Fred Hutch to study and prevent childhood obesity in the Lower Yakima Valley

KIMA-TV.com
May 27, 2016

Cancer deaths rose during the recession. But why?

Quotes Fred Hutch health economist Dr. Scott Ramsey

The Washington Post
May 26, 2016

Cancer deaths rose during the recession. But why?

Quotes Fred Hutch health economist Dr. Scott Ramsey

The Washington Post
May 26, 2016

Value in cancer care must 'start with patients, not dollars'

Quotes Dr. Gary Lyman, co-director of the Hutchinson Institute for Cancer Outcomes Research

HemOnc Today
May 25, 2016

Value in cancer care must 'start with patients, not dollars'

Quotes Dr. Gary Lyman, co-director of the Hutchinson Institute for Cancer Outcomes Research

HemOnc Today
May 25, 2016

In menopausal women, phone-based cognitive behavioral intervention reduces insomnia, helps with hot flashes

Coverage of a study by Dr. Katherine Guthrie of Fred Hutch and Dr. Susan McCurry of the University of Washington School of Nursing, published recently in JAMA Internal Medicine

Sleep Review
May 24, 2016

In menopausal women, phone-based cognitive behavioral intervention reduces insomnia, helps with hot flashes

Coverage of a study by Dr. Katherine Guthrie of Fred Hutch and Dr. Susan McCurry of the University of Washington School of Nursing, published recently in JAMA Internal Medicine

Sleep Review
May 24, 2016

Should you eat more full-fat dairy?

Quotes Dr. Mario Kratz of the Public Health Sciences Division

Huffington Post
May 21, 2016

Federal grant will help battle childhood obesity

Coverage of a $2.5 million grant to Dr. Linda Ko of Fred Hutch to study and prevent childhood obesity in the Lower Yakima Valley

Daily Sun News
May 13, 2016

Federal grant will help battle childhood obesity

Coverage of a $2.5 million grant to Dr. Linda Ko of Fred Hutch to study and prevent childhood obesity in the Lower Yakima Valley

Daily Sun News
May 13, 2016

New FDA e-cigarette rules leave local fans, foes sharply divided

Quotes Dr. Jonathan Bricker, a smoking-cessation expert at Fred Hutch

The Seattle Times
May 05, 2016

New FDA e-cigarette rules leave local fans, foes sharply divided

Quotes Dr. Jonathan Bricker, a smoking-cessation expert at Fred Hutch

The Seattle Times
May 05, 2016

People in research: Dr. Jonathan Bricker wants to help people quit smoking

Profile of Hutch smoking-cessation researcher Dr. Jonathan Bricker

Puget Sound Business Journal
April 29, 2016

People in research: Dr. Jonathan Bricker wants to help people quit smoking

Profile of Hutch smoking-cessation researcher Dr. Jonathan Bricker

Puget Sound Business Journal
April 29, 2016

Drinking, weight gain and processed meats could raise stomach cancer risk

Quotes Dr. Anne McTiernan about newly reported risk factors for stomach cancer

The Fix
April 28, 2016

How to choose the healthiest fish

Quotes Fred Hutch nutrition researcher Dr. Marian Neuhouser about the health benefits of omega 3s found in foods such as fish

Yahoo! News (from Consumer Reports)
April 16, 2016

Tackling the financial toll of cancer, one patient at a time

Quotes Fred Hutch health economist Dr. Scott Ramsey

The Washington Post
April 09, 2016

Seattle visit sparks effort to snuff China's smoking habit -- with an app

Article about Fred Hutch smoking-cessation researcher Dr. Jonathan Bricker and his collaboration with researchers at the University of Beijing to bring quit-smoking apps to people in China, where 315 million light up regularly and more than 1 million die from the habit each year

The Seattle Times
April 09, 2016

Tackling the financial toll of cancer, one patient at a time

Quotes Fred Hutch health economist Dr. Scott Ramsey

The Washington Post
April 09, 2016

Seattle visit sparks effort to snuff China's smoking habit -- with an app

Article about Fred Hutch smoking-cessation researcher Dr. Jonathan Bricker and his collaboration with researchers at the University of Beijing to bring quit-smoking apps to people in China, where 315 million light up regularly and more than 1 million die from the habit each year

The Seattle Times
April 09, 2016

The burden of cancer isn't just cancer

Article about the financial toxicity of cancer quotes Fred Hutch health economist Dr. Scott Ramsey, whose research has found that people with cancer are 2.65 times more likely to file for bankruptcy that those without cancer

The Washington Post
April 07, 2016

The burden of cancer isn't just cancer

Article about the financial toxicity of cancer quotes Fred Hutch health economist Dr. Scott Ramsey, whose research has found that people with cancer are 2.65 times more likely to file for bankruptcy that those without cancer

The Washington Post
April 07, 2016

Socioeconomics affect participation in cancer clinical trials

Coverage of a recent JAMA Oncology paper by Dr. Joseph Unger

HemOnc Today
April 05, 2016

Socioeconomics affect participation in cancer clinical trials

Coverage of a recent JAMA Oncology paper by Dr. Joseph Unger

HemOnc Today
April 05, 2016

Why vitamin E is dangerous for your prostate health

Quotes Dr. Alan Kristal of the Public Health Sciences Division

Newsmax
March 31, 2016

Conservative strategy alone makes PSA cost-effective

Coverage of a recent study by Drs. Ruth Etzioni and Joshua Roth

Cancer Therapy Advisor
March 29, 2016

Positive phase 3 trials more often cited, published in high-impact journals

Article about a recent study by Dr. Joe Unger, a SWOG biostatistician based in the Public Health Sciences Division at Fred Hutch

HemOnc Today
March 16, 2016

Positive phase 3 trials more often cited, published in high-impact journals

Article about a recent study by Dr. Joe Unger, a SWOG biostatistician based in the Public Health Sciences Division at Fred Hutch

HemOnc Today
March 16, 2016

Negative clinical trial results are still quite important

Coverage of a study by Dr. Joe Unger, a biostatistician in the SWOG Statistical Center at Fred Hutch, on the positive scientific contributions of negative clinical trial results

STAT
March 11, 2016

Negative clinical trial results are still quite important

Coverage of a study by Dr. Joe Unger, a biostatistician in the SWOG Statistical Center at Fred Hutch, on the positive scientific contributions of negative clinical trial results

STAT
March 11, 2016

Are carbs as bad as red meat and cigarettes when it comes to lung cancer?

Quotes cancer prevention and nutrition researcher Dr. Marian Neuhouser

CNN
March 10, 2016

Are carbs as bad as red meat and cigarettes when it comes to lung cancer?

Quotes cancer prevention and nutrition researcher Dr. Marian Neuhouser

CNN
March 10, 2016

Cancer's financial burden tied to poorer survival, study finds

Quotes Dr. Scott Ramsey about his research into the link between cancer, bankruptcy and increased mortality

The Economist
February 20, 2016

World Cancer Day: How to prevent cancer

Interview, in Spanish, about cancer prevention tips with Fred Hutch's Kathy Briant on World Cancer Day (interview broadcast Feb. 4, posted Feb. 12)

Univision Seattle (KUNS-TV)
February 12, 2016

A good weight loss program is hard to find online

Quotes Fred Hutch cancer prevention expert Dr. Anne McTiernan

Reuters
February 10, 2016

Seattle families face question: How much would you pay to live?

Interview with Fred Hutch health economists Drs. Scott Ramsey and Gary Lyman about the high cost of pharmaceutical drugs and how patients can be forced into bankruptcy in order to live

KIRO-TV
February 08, 2016

5 foods that may help lower your cancer risk

Quotes Dr. Johanna Lampe about the cancer-fighting properties of Brussels sprouts and other crucifers

Oprah.com
February 08, 2016

Seattle families face question: How much would you pay to live?

Interview with Fred Hutch health economists Drs. Scott Ramsey and Gary Lyman about the high cost of pharmaceutical drugs and how patients can be forced into bankruptcy in order to live

KIRO-TV
February 08, 2016

5 foods that may help lower your cancer risk

Quotes Dr. Johanna Lampe about the cancer-fighting properties of Brussels sprouts and other crucifers

Oprah.com
February 08, 2016

What next? Cancer groups offer a map for breast cancer survivors

Quotes Dr. Gary Lyman, co-director of the Hutchinson Institute for Cancer Outcomes Research about new guidelines for cancer survivors issued today

Reuters (from NBCNews.com)
December 07, 2015

What next? Cancer groups offer a map for breast cancer survivors

Quotes Dr. Gary Lyman, co-director of the Hutchinson Institute for Cancer Outcomes Research about new guidelines for cancer survivors issued today

Reuters (from NBCNews.com)
December 07, 2015

ASCO University offers resources for palliative and team-based care

Quotes Dr. Gary Lyman of the Hutchinson Institute for Cancer Outcomes Research about his participation on a panel that aimed to provide practical recommendations for identifying and evaluating patients with cancer-related fatigue

The ASCO Post
November 25, 2015

ASCO University offers resources for palliative and team-based care

Quotes Dr. Gary Lyman of the Hutchinson Institute for Cancer Outcomes Research about his participation on a panel that aimed to provide practical recommendations for identifying and evaluating patients with cancer-related fatigue

The ASCO Post
November 25, 2015

Costs deter low-income patients from participating in clinical trials

Coverage of a recent study by Dr. Joe Unger

Becker's Hospital Review
November 03, 2015

Costs deter low-income patients from participating in clinical trials

Coverage of a recent study by Dr. Joe Unger

Becker's Hospital Review
November 03, 2015

Want more patients in your clinical trials? Then pay them

Article about a study by Dr. Joe Unger quotes him about his research

Kaiser Health News (via MedCity News)
November 01, 2015

Want more patients in your clinical trials? Then pay them

Article about a study by Dr. Joe Unger quotes him about his research

Kaiser Health News (via MedCity News)
November 01, 2015

Immunotherapy for pancreatic cancer boosts survival by more than 75% in preclinical models

Article about a new study by Drs. Sunil Hingorani, Phil Greenberg and colleagues

The ASCO Post
October 30, 2015

Study success hints at pancreatic cancer immunotherapy promise

Article about a new study by Drs. Sunil Hingorani, Phil Greenberg and colleagues that found immunotherapy can improve survival by more than 75 percent in mice with pancreatic cancer

Cancer Research UK
October 30, 2015

Immunotherapy for pancreatic cancer boosts survival by more than 75% in preclinical models

Article about a new study by Drs. Sunil Hingorani, Phil Greenberg and colleagues

The ASCO Post
October 30, 2015

Why are black breast cancer patients left out of clinical trials?

Article about a study by Dr. Joe Unger

BET
October 15, 2015

Poorer cancer patients may be less likely to join a clinical trial

Quotes Dr. Joe Unger about his research

HealthDay
October 15, 2015

More evidence poor cancer patients don't join clinical trials

Quotes Dr. Joe Unger about his research

Reuters Health
October 15, 2015

Talking to kids about smoking risks may help parents quit

Article quotes Dr. Jonathan Bricker

Reuters Health
October 15, 2015

Why are black breast cancer patients left out of clinical trials?

Article about a study by Dr. Joe Unger

BET
October 15, 2015

Poorer cancer patients may be less likely to join a clinical trial

Quotes Dr. Joe Unger about his research

HealthDay
October 15, 2015

More evidence poor cancer patients don't join clinical trials

Quotes Dr. Joe Unger about his research

Reuters Health
October 15, 2015

Talking to kids about smoking risks may help parents quit

Article quotes Dr. Jonathan Bricker

Reuters Health
October 15, 2015

App can help smokers kick the habit

Q-and-A with Dr. Jonathan Bricker about his smoking-cessation research

China Daily
October 13, 2015

Black women more likely to get wrong breast cancer care, study confirms

Quotes Dr. Lu Chen about her research

NBC News
October 13, 2015

App can help smokers kick the habit

Q-and-A with Dr. Jonathan Bricker about his smoking-cessation research

China Daily
October 13, 2015

Black women more likely to get wrong breast cancer care, study confirms

Quotes Dr. Lu Chen about her research

NBC News
October 13, 2015

Another study finds kids who vape smoke real tobacco, too

Quotes Dr. Jonathan Bricker about the dangers of e-cigs

NBCNews.com
October 08, 2015

Another study finds kids who vape smoke real tobacco, too

Quotes Dr. Jonathan Bricker about the dangers of e-cigs

NBCNews.com
October 08, 2015

A cure for cancer

Interview with Dr. Gary Gilliland, president and director of Fred Hutch, about his vision of the future of cancer care and the promise of immune-based therapies

Rainmakers TV
October 05, 2015

A cure for cancer

Interview with Dr. Gary Gilliland, president and director of Fred Hutch, about his vision of the future of cancer care and the promise of immune-based therapies

Rainmakers TV
October 05, 2015

Lost colonies

Article about the challenges of growing bacteria in the lab mentions the research of Dr. David Fredricks, a bacteriologist at the Hutch

The Scientist
October 01, 2015

Lost colonies

Article about the challenges of growing bacteria in the lab mentions the research of Dr. David Fredricks, a bacteriologist at the Hutch

The Scientist
October 01, 2015

China's first lady focuses on global health in Fred Hutch tour

Coverage of the first lady of China's Fred Hutch visit quotes Dr. Gary Gilliland, Fred Hutch president and director, and smoking-cessation researcher Dr. Jonathan Bricker

The Seattle Times
September 23, 2015

China's first lady focuses on global health in Fred Hutch tour

Coverage of the first lady of China's Fred Hutch visit quotes Dr. Gary Gilliland, Fred Hutch president and director, and smoking-cessation researcher Dr. Jonathan Bricker

The Seattle Times
September 23, 2015

Back to the future: Chemotherapy dosing in overweight and obese patients with cancer

Commentary by Dr. Gary Lyman, co-director of the Hutchinson Institute for Cancer Outcomes Research, on the impact of obesity in chemotherapy dosing

HemOnc Today
August 25, 2015

Back to the future: Chemotherapy dosing in overweight and obese patients with cancer

Commentary by Dr. Gary Lyman, co-director of the Hutchinson Institute for Cancer Outcomes Research, on the impact of obesity in chemotherapy dosing

HemOnc Today
August 25, 2015

With new tools, Adaptive Bio ready to bolt together a drug business

Article about a new technology for sequencing cells of the immune system developed by Fred Hutch spinoff Adaptive Biotechnologies quotes its chief scientific officer, Dr. Harlan Robins, a researcher in the Public Health Sciences Division at Fred Hutch

Xconomy
August 20, 2015

With new tools, Adaptive Bio ready to bolt together a drug business

Article about a new technology for sequencing cells of the immune system developed by Fred Hutch spinoff Adaptive Biotechnologies quotes its chief scientific officer, Dr. Harlan Robins, a researcher in the Public Health Sciences Division at Fred Hutch

Xconomy
August 20, 2015

Bicyclists ride against cancer

Photos from the Obliteride fundraising event for Fred Hutch

The Seattle Times
August 09, 2015

Bicyclists ride against cancer

Photos from the Obliteride fundraising event for Fred Hutch

The Seattle Times
August 09, 2015

Lifesaving chemo for ovarian cancer is underused

Quotes Dr. Barbara Goff

WebMD
August 05, 2015

Lifesaving chemo for ovarian cancer is underused

Quotes Dr. Barbara Goff

WebMD
August 05, 2015

'What I'm doing on my summer vacation' (#5 in a series) -- Beti Thompson, Ph.D.

Profile of Fred Hutch public health researcher Dr. Beti Thompson, who is training for and participating in this weekend's Obliteride, an annual cycling fundraiser for the Hutch

Oncology Times
August 04, 2015

'What I'm doing on my summer vacation' (#5 in a series) -- Beti Thompson, Ph.D.

Profile of Fred Hutch public health researcher Dr. Beti Thompson, who is training for and participating in this weekend's Obliteride, an annual cycling fundraiser for the Hutch

Oncology Times
August 04, 2015

Here’s what cancer looks like to African-Americans

Story on the African-American cancer experience focuses on breast cancer survivor and advocate Bridgette Hempstead of Cierra Sisters, who works as a consultant with Fred Hutch’s Dr. Rachel Ceballos to tailor cancer survivorship programs for minority communities. Ceballos commented that many survivors don’t deal with the emotional aspects of their diagnosis until long after treatment is over.

KUOW-FM
July 09, 2015

Here’s what cancer looks like to African-Americans

Story on the African-American cancer experience focuses on breast cancer survivor and advocate Bridgette Hempstead of Cierra Sisters, who works as a consultant with Fred Hutch’s Dr. Rachel Ceballos to tailor cancer survivorship programs for minority communities. Ceballos commented that many survivors don’t deal with the emotional aspects of their diagnosis until long after treatment is over.

KUOW-FM
July 09, 2015

‘Navigators’ for cancer patients: A nice perk or something more?

Article quotes Dr. Scott Ramsey, director of the Hutchinson Institute for Cancer Outcomes Research

The Washington Post
July 03, 2015

‘Navigators’ for cancer patients: A nice perk or something more?

Article quotes Dr. Scott Ramsey, director of the Hutchinson Institute for Cancer Outcomes Research

The Washington Post
July 03, 2015

No proof e-cigs can help you stop smoking

Fred Hutch smoking-cessation expert Dr. Jonathan Bricker is quoted

KOMONews.com
May 21, 2015

No proof e-cigs can help you stop smoking

Fred Hutch smoking-cessation expert Dr. Jonathan Bricker is quoted

KOMONews.com
May 21, 2015

How a husband's cancer diagnosis inspired this founder to build a successful business

Article about a company called DataStat, which helps researchers automate their workflow, mentions its clients include Fred Hutch, which uses the software to help workers in Zambia organize HIV and AIDS data collection across 21 communities

GeekWire
May 20, 2015

How a husband's cancer diagnosis inspired this founder to build a successful business

Article about a company called DataStat, which helps researchers automate their workflow, mentions its clients include Fred Hutch, which uses the software to help workers in Zambia organize HIV and AIDS data collection across 21 communities

GeekWire
May 20, 2015

Seattle's Adaptive Biotechnologies raises whopping $195 million venture fund

Article about Fred Hutch spinoff company Adaptive Biotechnologies

KOMONews.com
May 06, 2015

Seattle's Adaptive Biotechnologies raises whopping $195 million venture fund

Article about Fred Hutch spinoff company Adaptive Biotechnologies

KOMONews.com
May 06, 2015

The mindful geek

Article about Fred Hutch's Dr. Jonathan Bricker, a smoking-cessation expert who is a finalist for GeekWire's "Geek of the Year Award"; online voting goes through the end of today

Psychology Today
April 27, 2015

The mindful geek

Article about Fred Hutch's Dr. Jonathan Bricker, a smoking-cessation expert who is a finalist for GeekWire's "Geek of the Year Award"; online voting goes through the end of today

Psychology Today
April 27, 2015

Microinjection platform tests multiple cancer drugs in tumors, predicts systemic response

Article about new drug-testing technology developed by Dr. Jim Olson and Fred Hutch spinoff Presage Biosciences

Medical News Today
April 24, 2015

Microinjection platform tests multiple cancer drugs in tumors, predicts systemic response

Article about new drug-testing technology developed by Dr. Jim Olson and Fred Hutch spinoff Presage Biosciences

Medical News Today
April 24, 2015

Microinjection platform tests multiple cancer drugs in tumors, predicts systemic response

Article about new drug-testing technology developed by Dr. Jim Olson and Fred Hutch spinoff Presage Biosciences

Medical News Today
April 24, 2015

Microinjection platform tests multiple cancer drugs in tumors, predicts systemic response

Article about new drug-testing technology developed by Dr. Jim Olson and Fred Hutch spinoff Presage Biosciences

Medical News Today
April 24, 2015

U.S. clears first copycat biotech drug, jolting sector

Article quotes Dr. Gary Lyman, co-director of the Hutchinson Institute for Cancer Outcomes Research

The Wall Street Journal
March 06, 2015

Oral bisphosphonate use reduces risk of postmenopausal endometrial cancer

Article about a study led by Dr. Polly Newcomb

The ASCO Post
March 06, 2015

U.S. clears first copycat biotech drug, jolting sector

Article quotes Dr. Gary Lyman, co-director of the Hutchinson Institute for Cancer Outcomes Research

The Wall Street Journal
March 06, 2015

Oral bisphosphonate use reduces risk of postmenopausal endometrial cancer

Article about a study led by Dr. Polly Newcomb

The ASCO Post
March 06, 2015

Nutrition panel urges Americans to eat green

Quotes Dr. Marian Neuhouser, a Fred Hutch nutritional epidemiologist who participated in an expert panel that has updated recommendations for U.S. dietary guidelines

USA Today
February 19, 2015

Nation's top nutrition panel: the American diet is killing us

Quotes Dr. Marian Neuhouser about the latest U.S. dietary recommendations that she helped draft

The Washington Post
February 19, 2015

Nutrition panel urges Americans to eat green

Quotes Dr. Marian Neuhouser, a Fred Hutch nutritional epidemiologist who participated in an expert panel that has updated recommendations for U.S. dietary guidelines

USA Today
February 19, 2015

Nation's top nutrition panel: the American diet is killing us

Quotes Dr. Marian Neuhouser about the latest U.S. dietary recommendations that she helped draft

The Washington Post
February 19, 2015

Doctors strive to do less harm by inattentive care

Article about an effort to reduce patient suffering and inattentive care quotes Dr. Scott Ramsey, director of the Hutchinson Center for Cancer Outcomes Research

The New York Times
February 17, 2015

Doctors strive to do less harm by inattentive care

Article about an effort to reduce patient suffering and inattentive care quotes Dr. Scott Ramsey, director of the Hutchinson Center for Cancer Outcomes Research

The New York Times
February 17, 2015

Doctors strive to do less harm by inattentive care

Article about an effort to reduce patient suffering and inattentive care quotes Dr. Scott Ramsey, director of the Hutchinson Center for Cancer Outcomes Research

The New York Times
February 17, 2015

Doctors strive to do less harm by inattentive care

Article about an effort to reduce patient suffering and inattentive care quotes Dr. Scott Ramsey, director of the Hutchinson Center for Cancer Outcomes Research

The New York Times
February 17, 2015

Eat your fruits and veggies. That's a good way to help prevent cancer.

Quotes Dr. Marian Neuhouser

The New York Times
February 16, 2015

Looking for that fruit or vegetable that might prevent cancer?

Quotes nutritional epidemiologist Dr. Marian Neuhouser

The Washington Post
February 16, 2015

Eat your fruits and veggies. That's a good way to help prevent cancer.

Quotes Dr. Marian Neuhouser

The New York Times
February 16, 2015

Looking for that fruit or vegetable that might prevent cancer?

Quotes nutritional epidemiologist Dr. Marian Neuhouser

The Washington Post
February 16, 2015

The new year is the perfect time to quit smoking

Interview with Dr. Jonathan Bricker about ways to kick the smoking habit in the new year, including participating in his WebQuit.org online study (his segment starts about 16 minutes into the show and runs about 16 minutes)

"Health, Wealth & Wisdom Radio," WHNZ-AM Tampa, Florida
January 21, 2015

The new year is the perfect time to quit smoking

Interview with Dr. Jonathan Bricker about ways to kick the smoking habit in the new year, including participating in his WebQuit.org online study (his segment starts about 16 minutes into the show and runs about 16 minutes)

"Health, Wealth & Wisdom Radio," WHNZ-AM Tampa, Florida
January 21, 2015