Associate Professor Sanjay Warrier


Sanjay is a dedicated and compassionate highly respected Consultant Breast Oncology and Oncoplastic Surgeon. He is a current Council member for Breast Surgeons of Australia New Zealand (BreastSurgANZ) and is the immediate past President (May 2019 until May 2020).  His rooms are located at Chris O’Brien Lifehouse and Macquarie Street, Sydney.  He is also a Visiting Medical Officer at BreastScreen NSW.

Sanjay is an Associate Professor of the University of Sydney with the Royal Prince Alfred Academic Institute. He is lead researcher at the Institute with goals of developing and creating a culture of academia within the Breast Department.


Are you concerned about ALCL?

If you have breast implants and are concerned about the possibility of anaplastic large cell lymphoma (ALCL cancer) get in touch now for an expert consultation at my Breast Implant Screening Service.

Associate Professor Warrier is proud to be associated with

What is BIA-ALCL and what should you do if you have concerns?

BIA-ALCL usually involves a swelling of the breast, typically 3 to 14 years after the operation to insert the breast implant. This swelling is due to an accumulation of fluid. Less commonly, BIA-ALCL can take the form of a lump in the breast or a lump in the armpit.

It is a rare condition, with expert opinions estimating the published risk of BIA-ALCL at between 1-in-1,000 and 1-in-10,000.

Although fatalities have been recorded, the vast majority of BIA- ALCL are cured by removal of the implant and the capsule surrounding the implant.

If you notice any of these problems (swelling or a lump), or you have any other concerns with your implants, you should seek medical attention.

Because BIA- ALCL is rare, experts do not recommend removal of breast implants where there are no problems with the implant.

If you have concerns with your breast implants enquire now for an ALCL consultation with 
Associate Professor Sanjay Warrier.

Chris O'Brien Lifehouse, 119-143 Missenden Rd, Camperdown NSW 2050 

Breast Implant Screening Service

Associate Professor Sanjay Warrier has introduced a service to provide women with breast implants with a screening service to check on the health and status of their implants.

The screening service is designed to provide those with breast implants with the ability to undertake regular check ups and to seek out assistance when issues arise. 

The screening service is ideal for anyone who:

  • has received breast implants

  • would like to check on the health and status of their implants

  • has any concerns regarding their implants

  • would like to discuss breast implant removal. 

If you have breast implants, Associate Professor Sanjay Warrier recommends that you undertake a regular check up once per year to determine the health and status of the implants 


Interview with Dr. Sanjay and the CEO of Breast Cancer Network about textured implants 

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