Mar 9, 2017

Do blood pressure pills reduce recurrence?


Edited: Mar 9, 2017

Please check out my blog on beta-blockers. They could. However, more prospective studies need to be performed. Like aspirin, there are many potential side-effects with beta-blockers. However, I see a great potential for both protecting the heart (following chemotherapy, menopause, other) and, possibly, reducing the chances of cancer recurrence.

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