Department of Cardiology
Cancer and heart disease are the two most common afflictions of our patient population. The Department of Cardiology provides the most advanced cardiac care to patients with cancer and heart disease, and is specifically trained to care for the cancer patient with cardiotoxicity caused by chemotherapy, radiation therapy and pre-existing cardiovascular disease.
Our faculty and staff are at the forefront in developing new diagnostic methods and innovative therapies for cardiovascular complications of cancer therapies.
Patient Care & Services: We provide patient care that is compassionate, personalized and effective for the treatment of cancer patients with cardiovascular disease.
Research: Clinicians and basic scientists work together to advance the frontier of cancer and heart disease research that will benefit our patients of tomorrow.
Education & Programs: Weekly seminars, grand rounds, international conferences on Cancer and the Heart and SUMO, Ubiquitin, UBL Proteins, and the Heart Success Patient Education Program are several of our educational activities that bring us worldwide recognition.
Late Breaking News
Key discovered to how chemotherapy drug causes heart failure. See News Release