What to do if I'm 49years old suffer from high blood pressurehv hd cancer of the breast hd chemotherapy and radiation am on?

You can treat the BP. There should be no reason, even with your history, that you can't receive the same treatment for hypertension that anyone without breast cancer can. I'm not sure I completely understand the question but I hope this answers it. .

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