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Managing heart health before and after cancer treatment

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Some cancer treatments can lead to heart complications, especially in patients with pre-existing cardiovascular conditions.

managing heart health

managing heart health

Some cancer treatments can lead to heart complications, especially in patients with pre-existing cardiovascular conditions.

Treatments can sometimes carry an increased risk of cardiovascular disease, which can have long-term consequences for the patient. It’s therefore recommended that heart health is monitored before, during and after cancer treatment.

Macmillan has produced new guidance to help you manage your patients effectively. ‘Managing heart health during and after cancer treatment’ has been developed by an expert panel and provides guidance in the management of heart health before, during and after cancer treatment. A one page overview is also available for quick reference.

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