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With another good real estate year on the horizon, it can be an exciting time for sellers and buyers alike. If itís your first time buying a read more As a family law attorney, it is very common to encounter clients whose greatest source of anxiety is not related to matters, but instead read more


Question:
I have been keeping up with some of the reports on the association between textured surface silicone implants and the occurrence of breast lymphoma. I have discovered that the implant type that is most associated with this disease is the implant that I have. I am so worried now and wonder if I should have my implants removed?

Answer: That is a very good question and I will say at the outset that there is not 100% agreement as to what to do for women in your situation. What you are referring to is a relatively newly recognized disease called breast implant associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL). This disease is a malignancy that originates in the breast of women who have textured implants. It is a malignancy of the T-cell lymphocytes, therefore  .... read more

 
Recently a good friend of mine was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis. She has read more Here we are headed into another gorgeous spring season and  itís a perfect time to plan vacations read more

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