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Minimizing Cardiac Toxicity in Non-Metastatic Early Breast Cancer

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Minimizing Cardiac Toxicity in Non-Metastatic Early Breast Cancer

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    A critical component in the treatment of patients with non-metastatic early breast cancer is managing the cardiovascular risks associated with its treatment, such as radiation-induced cardiac toxicity. And since this particular threat can put early breast cancer patients at risk of heart failure, Dr. Rachel Jimenez joins Dr. Charles Turck to discuss key prevention strategies.

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    A critical component in the treatment of patients with non-metastatic early breast cancer is managing the cardiovascular risks associated with its treatment, such as radiation-induced cardiac toxicity. And since this particular threat can put early breast cancer patients at risk of heart failure, Dr. Rachel Jimenez joins Dr. Charles Turck to discuss key prevention strategies.

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