Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma
Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma, or ALCL, occurs in the nodal and extranodal regions of the body. In addition to pain and swelling, ALCL may also cause scarring, lumps and breast asymmetry. The cancer is commonly treated with chemotherapy or radiation, which helps contain ALCL and improve the prognosis of many patients. Doctors may also elect to remove tissues and lymph nodes affected by ALCL.
The victims who are diagnosed with ALCL after receiving breast implants were not warned of the potential danger.
You deserve to know the dangers associated with products you use – especially those that could affect your health. Companies that fail to sufficiently alert consumers of the hazards associated with their products should have to take responsibility for their negligence.
If you or someone you know were diagnosed with ALCL and currently have or previously had breast implants of any kind, you may be able to pursue the makers of your breast implants for the development of your disease – even if the ALCL developed many years after receiving implants.
Our experienced ALCL lawyers are available to answer your questions and help you fight for the financial compensation you may qualify for. Allow us to fight for you. We’ll make the process as simple as possible for you, while remaining tough on those responsible for your suffering.