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Friday, October 5, 2018

US woman develops salmonella in breast implant after trip to Cancun | Fox News

An American woman who traveled to Mexico five months after undergoing breast augmentation surgery had to have one of the implants removed because she developed salmonella in her right breast. The 34-year-old patient, who was not named in the JPRAS Open case report, was otherwise healthy before vacationing in Cancun and is believed to be the first documented case of breast implant infection following a case of traveler's diarrhea. 


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