The Food and Drug Administration yesterday alerted health care providers and the public to reports of squamous cell carcinoma in scar tissue around breast implants, as well as lymphomas different than those previously associated with breast implants. The agency recommends that health care providers continue to report cancers around breast implants to help it identify and better understand this emerging issue.

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