Drug Makes Breast Cancer Treatment Less Cardiotoxic

What do you do when one cancer therapy leads to heart complications later on?

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Powerful chemotherapy agents called anthracyclines save the lives of countless women with breast cancer, only to cause heart failure later. But taking the angiotensin-receptor blocker candesartan (Atacand) may help preserve

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