After Childhood Cancer, “A Heart That Must Work Harder Than Usual” — New Evidence Shows That Childhood Cancer Survivors Face an Increased Risk of Heart Disease

Published Aug 28, 2019

After Childhood Cancer, “A Heart That Must Work Harder Than Usual” — New Evidence Shows That Childhood Cancer Survivors Face an Increased Risk of Heart Disease

Childhood cancer survivors like Zoe Wagner face a three-fold greater risk of heart disease relative to the general population, according to new research.

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