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BY MD Anderson

Being diagnosed with breast cancer at 33 is unusual enough, but Raylene Hollrah was also diagnosed with an extremely rare type of lymphoma just a few years after her first cancer diagnosis and before her 40th birthday.

Raylene, an outgoing insurance advisor who prefers to be called Ray, is only the 25th person in the U.S. -- and the 61st in the world -- to be diagnosed with breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma...

After getting breast implants as part of her breast reconstruction, Raylene Hollrah was diagnosed with breast implant-associated anaplastic large cell lymphoma.