Breast Implants and Silicone Cause Cancers

Breast implants are increasingly linked to various malignancies throughout the body.   Studies and medical case reports have shown that Melanoma, brain cancer, Myeloma, respiratory cancer, various breast cancers, various lymphomas, carcinomas and sarcomas have all been linked to or associated with breast implants.  

In the last few years increasing attention has been paid to the link between textured breast implants and BIA-ALCL however other types of implants such as smooth saline and smooth silicone gel breast implants and even buttock implants are implicated in other types of lymphomas now too.  So it seems silicone implants of all kinds are causing various types of cancers in women.  

For over twenty years Dede G. of our Facebook group has been collecting a growing body of medical case reports that provide much evidence that silicone implants cause cancers.  Browse medical case reports and then visit her Facebook pages below.    

  1. Bilateral Breast Implant Associated Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia and Small Cell Lymphocytic Lymphoma
  2. REVIEW:  Carcinogenesis Caused by Foreign Bodies
  3. Intravascular Large B Cell Lymphoma Associated with Silicone Breast Implant
  4. Follicular Lymphoma Adjacent to Foreign Body Granulomatous Inflammation and Fibrosis Surrounding Silicone Breast Implant
  5. Primary T Cell Lymphoma Associated with Breast Implant Capsule
  6. Extranodol NK/T-Cell Lymphoma , Nasal Type, Arising in Association with Saline Breast Implant
  7. Null- Type Anaplastic Lymphoma Kinase Negative
  8. Cutaneous T cell lymphoma In Association with Silicone Breast Implant
  9. Silicone Gel Implants and Three Cases of Multiple Myeloma
  10. Lymphomas Associated with Ruptured Breast Implants
  11. High Grade Angiosarcoma Associated with Ruptured Breast Implants
  12. Primary Squamous Cell Carcinoma Arising From Breast Implant Capsule
  13. Squamous Cell Carcinoma Following Breast Augmentation
  14. Breast Carcinoma Originating from Silicone Granuloma
  15. Carcinoma of Breast Following Simple Mastectomy and Mammoplasty
  16. Fibrosarcoma After Silicone Breast Augmentation
  17. Breast Implant Associated Plasmacytoma
  18. Breast Adenocarcinoma Occurring After Augmentation
  19. BIA-ALCL and Invasive Ductal Carcinoma Both
  20. Lymphoplasmacytic Lymphoma in Patient With Leaking Silicone Implant
  21. Recurrent Invasive Lobular Carcinoma Presenting as Ruptured Breast Implant
  22. Multiple Bone Metastasis After Reconstruction
  23. Locally Recurrent Carcinoma After Breast Reconstruction
  24. Composite BIA-ALCL and Extra-Nodal Marginal Zone Lymphoma in Capsule of Silicone Breast Implant
  25. Massive Inflammatory Reaction Following Removal of Ruptured Silicone Implant Masking Invasive Breast Cancer
  26. Angiosarcoma of the Breast With Silicone Granuloma
  27. Adenocarcinoma and Padgets Developed in Residual Breast Tissue
  28. 54 Breast Carcinomas In Augmented Breasts
  29. 35 Cases Breast Cancer after Augmentation with Silicone
  30. Stromal Sarcoma of the Breast After Augmentation
  31. Invasive Cribriform Carcinoma With Silicone Augmentation
  32. Neuroendocrine Carcinoma of the Breast With Breast Implants
  33. Invasive Microcapillary Carcinoma After Augmentation
  34. Aggressive Breast Fibromatosis Following Augmentation 
  35. Bilateral Breast Fibromatosis After Silicone Prosthetics
  36. Secondary Malignancies In Patients Receiving Breast Reconstruction
  37. Inflammatory Breast Cancer Following Augmentation
  38. Increased Risk of Brain and Respiratory Cancers and Suicides 
  39. Secondary Malignancies in Breast Cancer Patients Receiving Breast Reconstruction
  40. Composite Breast Implant Associated ALCL And Marginal Zone Lymphoma
  41. Melanoma Metastasis to Ruptured Silicone Implant