Cardio-Oncology: How New Targeted Cancer Therapies and Precision Medicine Can Inform Cardiovascular Discovery.

@article{Bellinger2015CardioOncologyHN,
  title={Cardio-Oncology: How New Targeted Cancer Therapies and Precision Medicine Can Inform Cardiovascular Discovery.},
  author={Andrew M. Bellinger and Carlos L. Arteaga and Thomas L. Force and Benjamin D Humphreys and George Daniel Demetri and Brian J. Druker and Javid J. Moslehi},
  journal={Circulation},
  year={2015},
  volume={132 23},
  pages={2248-58}
}
Cardio-oncology (the cardiovascular care of cancer patients) has developed as a new translational and clinical field based on the expanding repertoire of mechanism-based cancer therapies. Although these therapies have changed the natural course of many cancers, several may also lead to cardiovascular complications. Many new anticancer drugs approved over the past decade are "targeted" kinase inhibitors that interfere with intracellular signaling contributing to tumor progression. Unexpected… CONTINUE READING
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