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Black with cancer: ‘It shouldn’t be different’

Black with cancer: ‘It shouldn’t be different’

Hutch/UW Consortium health equity team works to reduce cancer risk and racial bias, improve care for Black communities and patients
Hutch News - June 14, 2021
Fred Hutch eyes the future of weight loss

Fred Hutch eyes the future of weight loss

Successful pilot study uses acceptance and commitment phone therapy to help people lose weight; new $3.7M grant will launch full-scale trial
Hutch News - March 31, 2021
How to achieve equity in cancer care, research and beyond

How to achieve equity in cancer care, research and beyond

New national reports outline our progress on cancer and issue a call to action to eliminate structural racism that drives health disparities
Hutch News - September 25, 2020
The latest on how COVID-19 affects cancer patients

The latest on how COVID-19 affects cancer patients

Hutch researchers share new data on mortality rates and racial disparities in treatment; launch statewide COVID-19 and cancer data repository
Hutch News - July 24, 2020
An update on our efforts to change

An update on our efforts to change

Taking action to stand up against racial injustice and support diversity
Hutch News - June 12, 2020
Cancer’s toll on the heart decades down the road

Cancer’s toll on the heart decades down the road

New research explores how to lower the risk of heart disease in childhood cancer survivors
Hutch News - June 01, 2020
'Humanity is at the heart of this'

'Humanity is at the heart of this'

Dr. Paul Buckley co-leads new Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion with Dr. Chris Li
Hutch News - March 18, 2020
Explaining the many kinds of research studies

Explaining the many kinds of research studies

Understanding the many types of research studies can help deflate overhyped reporting
Hutch News - February 13, 2020
Exercise is medicine

Exercise is medicine

Move your body for better health, especially before, during and after cancer treatment. Do whatever you can; it all helps (just don’t injure yourself!)
Hutch News - February 04, 2020
Public health throws shade on tanning, and it works

Public health throws shade on tanning, and it works

New study shows sharp drop in melanoma rates in people under 30, but skin cancer rates still going up in those over 40
Hutch News - November 13, 2019