Harvard Heart Letter

Cancer survivors may face cardiovascular complications

Many cancer-suppressing treatments, including chemotherapy, radiation, and newer targeted therapies, can have undesirable effects on the heart and blood vessels. Those at greatest risk include people treated during childhood or after age 65.

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