Cancer patients with impaired control of their cardiovascular function and chronic renal failure are at greater risk for cardiovascular events such as stroke and heart failure. It has long been believed that in the short term, an acute bout of insulin resistance will cause many patients to experience sudden cardiac arrest. However, there has been increasing evidence that the rate at which an impaired blood glucose is increased can also be associated with significant coronary events. In 2009, some published results reported that an acute bout of insulin resistance could significantly delay the onset of coronary events if the patient's heart function were impaired. Therefore, the current study was aimed at determining a novel mechanism whereby an uncontrolled bout of insulin resistance can initiate more significant coronary events that may have a detrimental effect on the cardiovascular health. While there is much anecdotal evidence and anecdotal evidence that smoking reduced cardiovascular disease risk, we believe that the evidence, and the clinical evidence, are stronger than the medical evidence indicates. It is therefore important to continue to study this complex issue, particularly during the early stages in cancer treatments, as we would otherwise need to wait years for those treatments to be developed, if at all. A recent report, "An Introduction to Cancer Detection and Treatment" (The Clinical Review Board report of 2006), noted that the number of new cases of cancer in UK smoking cessation trials (2,957,000) remained well below the 2000 estimate of 1,000 000. The role of chemotherapeutic agents in treatment of cancer is also of importance. The role of chemotherapeutic agents in treatment of cancer is also of importance. A combination of the above, of which many are now understood to be chemotherapeutic agents, can reduce the number of deaths from cancer and it is possible that chemotherapeutic agents will be used in cancers in the short term as a result of the treatment of cancer. But chemotherapeutic agents are very expensive and usually have a side-effects which can result in death.