Harvard Heart Letter

Protecting the heart from cancer therapy

Treatment for cancer may have unwanted effects on the heart. Depending on the type of cancer and the type of treatment, these can include irregular heart rhythm, inflammation, atherosclerosis, or an increased risk of blood clots.

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