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  • Health Highlights: March 22, 2017 - Montana Standard

    Congress should oppose Donald Trump's health care bill because it will lead to millions of Americans losing health insurance, the American Medical Association says. "Health insurance coverage is critically important. Without it, millions of American ...and more »

  • Breast Implants Linked To Rare Blood Cancer In Small Proportion Of Women - North Country Public Radio

    Breast Implants Linked To Rare Blood Cancer In Small Proportion Of Women - North Country Public Radio;

    The Food and Drug Administration says at least nine women have died of a rare blood cancer after receiving breast implants, and that the agency is officially acknowledging an association between the implants and the disease. On Tuesday, the agency ...and more »

  • Breast implants linked to rare cancer, 9 deaths to date FDA says - WSOC Charlotte

    Breast implants linked to rare cancer, 9 deaths to date FDA says - WSOC Charlotte;

    The Food and Drug Administration has officially linked breast implants to nine deaths from a rare cancer. The FDA has received more than 350 reports, including the nine deaths, as of Feb. 1, about breast implant-linked anaplastic large cell lymphoma ...and more »

  • FDA Links Breast Implants To Deaths From Rare Type Of Cancer - Huffington Post

    FDA Links Breast Implants To Deaths From Rare Type Of Cancer - Huffington Post;

    Women with implants “have a very low but increased risk” of developing a type of lymphoma. By Michael McLaughlin. Nine women have died of a rare type of lymphoma that Food and Drug Administration officials now say may be caused by breast implants.and more »

  • Breast Implants Linked to Cancer: How Does It Happen? - Live Science

    Breast Implants Linked to Cancer: How Does It Happen? - Live Science;

    Women with breast implants are at increased risk of developing a rare type of cancer, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said. But how do these implants increase the risk of cancer? On Wednesday (March 22), the FDA said that, in light of new data ...and more »

  • Breast implants linked to rare form of cancer - FOX31 Denver

    Breast implants linked to rare form of cancer - FOX31 Denver;

    At least 9 women have died of a rare blood cancer and the Food and Drug Administration is officially blaming the deaths on breast implants. The agency announced that, as of the beginning of February, they have received 359 reports of a rare type on ...and more »

  • What to Know About the Breast Implants Linked to Cancer - TIME

    What to Know About the Breast Implants Linked to Cancer - TIME;

    Nine women in the U.S. have died due to a rare cancer associated with their breast implants, federal officials announced on Tuesday. The U.S. Food and Drug Association (FDA) reported that as of Feb. 1, the agency had received 359 reports of a cancer of ...and more »

  • Breast implants linked to rare cancer deaths - CW39

    Breast implants linked to rare cancer deaths - CW39;

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – It's no secret that some women desire to have bigger breasts and are willing to go under the knife to achieve an enhanced look. Well, if you're on the fence about getting implants, a new study may burst your bubble. According to ...and more »

  • Form of Cancer Associated with Breast Implants – FDA - FOX News Radio (blog)

    Form of Cancer Associated with Breast Implants – FDA - FOX News Radio (blog);

    The Food and Drug Administration says it's received reports of nine deaths and more than 350 cases of anaplastic large cell lymphoma associated with breast implants. The FDA saying information suggests women with implants have a low, but increased risk ...and more »

  • FDA links very rare cancer, 9 deaths, to breast implants - STAT

    FDA links very rare cancer, 9 deaths, to breast implants - STAT;

    ine deaths from a very rare kind of cancer have been linked to breast implants, indicating a very low but increased risk in women with implants, according to the US Food and Drug Administration. The FDA said it now agrees with the World Health ...and more »