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  1. Arti says:

    BIA-ALCL is a very rare condition. The risk of developing BIA-ALCL ranges from one in about 1,000 to one in 30,000 for people with textured breast implants. There is no way to prevent the disease, although early diagnosis and treatment can improve the outcome. Discuss any concerns you might have with your doctor or plastic surgeon. The oncologist will determine the stage of the disease and recommend a treatment plan. If diagnostic tests confirm the presence of BIA-ALCL, the patient will be referred to an oncologist (specialist in treating cancer). If diagnostic tests confirm the presence of BIA-ALCL, th

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