Drugs cardiotoxicity.

[Drugs cardiotoxicity]. Presse Med. 2015 Jul 4; Authors: Capilla E, Poyet R, Brocq FX, Pons F, Kerebel S, Jego C, Laurent P, Cellarier GR Abstract Thanks to science advances, cancer is no longer synonymous with death. Life expectancy improvement reveals a new problem: cancer treatment toxicity, including cardiovascular complications, responsible for significant morbidity and mortality. Media scandal of drug-induced valvular heart disease did revise the risk-benefit balance of drugs used (often off-label) as anorectics. Today's society uses drugs heavily but does not accept their side effects. Knowledge and information of these complications is essential. Coronary toxicity of some treatments or drugs commonly used must be known. PMID: 26153088 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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