Heart Failure Patients Are at Risk for Cancer

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By Molly Clifton

A new study has mixed news for heart failure patients.

The good news, according to researchers with the Mayo Clinic, is that heart failure patients are surviving more often with the condition.

The bad news is they’re increasingly likely to be diagnosed with cancer.

Scientists say the causes could be side effects of their treatments or possibly stress from their illness.

 



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