Heart Disease Program for Cancer Survivors

According to the American Cancer Society, there are approximately 13.7 million cancer survivors living in the United States today, thanks to improved screening and prevention efforts and treatments. As cancer survivors are living longer, it is important to follow their quality of life, symptom management and long-term health and wellness after treatment. Heart disease is one potential area of concern post-treatment.

At Ohio State, cancer experts at The James collaborate with heart experts at the Heart and Vascular Center to provide exceptional, tailored care to cancer patients dealing with heart issues.


This program is available for any cancer survivor who is:

  • Having heart-related side effects as a result of cancer treatment
  • Diagnosed with heart disease in the past and currently receiving cancer treatment
  • Needing advice for the best possible heart health
  • In need of customized cancer treatment to reduce the risk of heart-related side effects

To schedule an appointment or to refer a patient, call 614-293-7677 or toll-free 888-293-7677.