Double Whammy: Heart Attack Associated with Seven Times Higher Cancer Risk in New Study

Updated October 6th, 2020

Double Whammy: Heart Attack Associated with Seven Times Higher Cancer Risk in New Study

In a new study people who had heart attacks, heart failure, or an irregular heartbeat called atrial fibrillation had a seven times higher risk of developing cancer.

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