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Diagnosed with pre cancer of the lower lip. Used aldara. Biopsy done. Breast implants scheduled. Is it safe?

I recently got diagnosed with pre cancer of the lower lip and have used Aldara for 8 weeks. I stopped the Aldara at the end of December. Today I went into see the Dermatologist and he told me there was an area that still looks bad. He did a biopsy today to rule out possible skin cancer. I am scheduled to get breast implants on February 6th. Is this safe?
Asked On : Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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precancerous lesion not always cause cancer, better to modify lifestyle right now.if you have any tobacco addiction , quit immediately . biopsy will prove whether you have cancer or not. anyway nothing to worry with your breast implant. this is completely separate entity. consult your cosmetic surgeon.
Answered: Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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