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Breast Cancer Treatments can Raise Risk of Heart Disease, American Heart Association Warns

The American Heart Association issued a stark warning Thursday for women with breast cancer: Lifesaving therapies like chemotherapy and radiation can cause heart failure and other serious cardiac…

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Egg-Preserving Hysterectomy Raises Heart Risks later, Study Indicates

Women who undergo hysterectomy before age 35 may face significantly higher long-term heart risks, even if their ovaries are preserved, a study found. The research by experts at Mayo Clinic focused…

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Risk of Cardiac and Stroke Death Increases After Discontinuing Hormone Therapy

Highest risk occurs in first year after discontinuation, especially in women aged younger than 60 years.…

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