Recently, a study America Mayo Clinic Health Science Center researchers found: heart disease risk of cancer increases.
This study has been published in the "Journal of Cardiology" on USA. The researchers used "Rochester Epidemiology Project" medical records, selected from 596 HF patients, and 596 healthy volunteers as control. The researchers found, 1979 ~1990, was diagnosed with heart failure patients, cancer risk increased by 48%; in the years 1991~2002, was diagnosed with heart failure patients, cancer risk increased by 86%, thirty-eight percentage points higher than the previous 11 years. The researchers analyzed that heart failure patients, increased risk of cancer, or other physiological mechanism and associated with heart failure (such as inflammation) and disease caused by pressure, treatment side effects and so on.
Researchers caution, this study suggests that, in patients with heart failure treatment and disease management, to monitor more closely for signs of cancer than in healthy people. Patients with chronic diseases such as heart failure is often broken, medical workers should try to provide a holistic treatment, to care program, and treatment, not a disease care program.