Breast cancer survivors are at a decreased risk for a heart attack.
New study: Women age 67 or older who survived Stage I or Stage II breast cancer were 34% less likely to have a heart attack than women of the same age who did not have a history of breast cancer.
Theory: Estrogens that cause breast cancer may protect the heart.
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