Many drugs, especially those used to treat cancer, have the terrible side effect of causing cardiotoxicity, or damage to the heart or circulatory system. While specialists have long known that chemotherapy and radiation therapy can cause cardiotoxicity, more recent cancer treatments including targeted therapies and immunotherapies can also do so. Cytotoxicity from cancer treatment can manifest as adverse effects include hypertension, heart arrhythmia, and even heart failure. The quality of life for cancer survivors might be adversely affected by any type of cardiotoxicity. Thus, approaches to control these side effects, while maintaining the anti-cancer efficacy of treatment, could significantly benefit cancer survivorship.Heart failure occurs when an individual experiences left or right ventricle dysfunction.