Survivors of uterine cancer are at higher risk of experiencing cardiovascular problems years after treatment.
Women with early-stage breast cancer may have an increased risk for atrial fibrillation compared with age-matched counterparts without cancer.
Investigators have demonstrated a link between cardiovascular AEs and BRAF/MEK inhibitor therapy in patients with melanoma.
A recent study shows that supervised clinical exercise can potentially reduce the 10-year risk for cardiovascular disease in patients with early-stage breast cancer.
Results from a recent study underscore the need for better cardioprotective strategies to improve survival in pediatric patients with AML.
The risk of death from heart disease in breast cancer patients following radiotherapy or chemotherapy is no higher than the general population.
Adult survivors of childhood cancer have a greater risk of heart disease earlier in life compared to the general population.
A recent study compared cardiac surgery outcomes in patients with and without chronic lymphocytic leukemia.
Stay in the know.
OncNet Newsletter