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More women have been diagnosed with a deadly lymphoma caused by breast implants, according to a report released Wednesday from the Food and Drug Administration.

In a statement, the FDA’s Dr. Binita Ashar said there are now 457 women in the U.S. diagnosed with breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma (BIA-ALCL), up from 414 cases in the last report. There have been more than 600 cases of BIA-ALCL, a cancer of the immune system, reported worldwide. Sixteen women have died, nine in the U.S.

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