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A study published by the American Heart Association says people who have had breast cancer may be at a higher risk for heart disease. Breast cancer survivor Makieba Hatton and cardiologist Dr. Susan Gilchrist discuss on the 3rd hour of TODAY how the Healthy Heart Program is combating risk factors to keep patients healthy.