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A Fred Hutch cancer prevention researcher was awarded a $3.5M NCI grant to run a randomized trial of smartphone health apps.
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NCI awards Fred Hutch $3.5M to create a colorectal cancer risk calculator based on data from multiethnic populations.
Fred Hutch researchers work to disrupt health disparities and misinformation as coronavirus ravages the medically underserved.
“Potentially practice-changing” data show patients with advanced urothelial carcinoma survive longer with immune-boosting drug after chemo.
New research explores how to lower the risk of heart disease in childhood cancer survivors.
NCI’s Cancer Information Service, housed at the Hutch, fills a vital gap between patient and provider, especially amid a pandemic
Patients, doctors and researchers triage, tweak, pivot and try not to panic during the COVID-19 pandemic
‘Abbreviated’ MRI beats 3D mammography in new screening study, but cost and utilization remain big questions.
The collaborative effort aims to learn more about the impact of the new coronavirus on people with cancer.
A panel of Hutch scientists talked gene therapy, big data and financial toxicity to reporters at the annual AAAS meeting.
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