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by Dr. Gregory T. Lynam

“A type of cancer linked to breast implants has been diagnosed in more women, according to a statement from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)… Nine women have died from the rare cancer that affects the immune system, a known risk from breast implants that was first reported by the FDA in 2011.

While the slow-growing lymphoma is not breast cancer, it is found around breast implants. Health officials also explained the lymphoma is more likely to occur in women who have implants with a textured coating rather than a smooth coating. Textured implants, which have a rougher outer layer meant to adhere to tissue surrounding them, are typically used in cases where the patient and surgeon do not want the implant to move around within the breast pocket.

Dr. Gregory T. Lynam

Dr. Gregory Lynam, Richmond’s only double board-certified plastic and maxillofacial surgeon, specializes in cosmetic and plastic surgery of the breast. Learn what makes our team special.

Dr. Gregory Lynam knew he wanted to be a plastic surgeon, and when the time came, Dr. Lynam moved to Richmond, Virginia to attend The University of Richmond. Later, following a tradition of European training in maxillofacial surgery.

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