Harvard Heart Letter

When you look for cancer, you might find heart disease

Screening for lung and breast cancer may reveal information about the health of your heartís arteries. Screening tests for two of the most common forms of cancer involve detailed x-ray images of the chest. Growing evidence suggests that these tests ó chest computed tomography (CT) scans and mammograms ó may also offer clues about a personís risk of heart disease. …

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