Breast cancer survivors are more prone to heart failure

Breast cancer survivors are more prone to heart failure
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Breast cancer survivors who were treated are more than three times at a high risk of developing a congestive heart failure, compared with patients who did not have cancer finds out a study.

Breast cancer survivors who were treated are more than three times at a high risk of developing a congestive heart failure, compared with patients who did not have cancer finds out a study.

Researchers found risk of increased rate of heart failure occurred as early as one year after cancer diagnosis, but continued 20 years after the cancer treatment was over.

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