Co-author Dr. Rotonya Carr published in PLOS Genetics.
Meet Some of UW’s Amazing Nurses this National Nurses Week
Research into Barrett’s esophagus using the Barrett’s Esophagus Annotated Repository will continue with Hutch gastroenterologist Dr. Bill Grady taking the helm.
What to Feed Your Microbes: Every time you eat, you’re feeding a host of microbes. And what they eat makes a huge difference in your health.
The one-year grant is intended to fulfill an unmet need or to advance important work in the pursuit of impactful and innovative cancer research.
Get the facts and lower your risk. The latest news from Fred Hutch Cancer Center researchers Drs. S. Cohen, W. Grady, and R. Issaka.
A balanced microbiome should reduce sugar cravings and inflammation, and improve your sleep. Learn more from gastroenterologist Dr. Chris Damman.
Millions of Americans have irritable bowel syndrome and the stress of the past two years may have exacerbated stomach issues. There are ways to help, including meditation and practicing mindfulness.
In this episode of Annals On Call, Dr. Centor discusses the diagnosis and management of diverticulitis with Dr. Lisa Strate.
Prevention is key. Cases of colorectal cancer are increasing in people under the age of 50. Colonoscopies are important to screen for cancer or catch it before it progresses.
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