Sherry Kellogg

Raylene Hollrah and Sherry Kellogg share a similar story.  Both are breast cancer survivors and were diagnosed with a rare form of lymphoma caused by implants.  Each wants to raise awareness regarding breast cancer and give  a message of hope.

When Sherry Kellogg read last month about the Food and Drug Administration’s investigation of a possible tie between breast implants and a rare form of lymphoma, she said, “That’s me.”

Kellogg, 48, of North Palm Beach was already a cancer survivor.

Six years after a mastectomy and reconstructive surgery involving implants, Kellogg developed fluid buildup and other problems in 2007. In 2008, she had a radical mastectomy and eventually was diagnosed with the rare cancer, known as anaplastic large cell lymphoma.

She felt vindicated when she saw the report that the FDA had examined scientific literature focusing on cases in 34 women with breast implants as well as other information from agency reports, international regulatory agencies, scientific experts and breast implant manufacturers.

Read Full Story Here –Did breast implants cause Sherry Kellogg’s cancer?

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