Breast implants and Breast Cancer
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have recently reviewed the possibility of Breast Implants association with Breast Cancer and found that there is unclear association between Breast Implant and Anaplastic Cell Lymphoma (ALCL) which is a very rear cancer of the immune system, therefore this association is not well defined and clearly supporting the statement.
Breast Implants association with Breast Cancer
Anaplastic Cell Lymphoma (ALCL) is a rear cancer and can be developed in any part of the body including the Lymph nodes of breast and skin. Anaplastic Cell Lymphoma (ALCL) is diagnosed in one our of 500,000 woman and for breast cancer this figure rise up to three in 100 million across the United States (According to the National Cancer Institute).
According to the FDA reports the Anaplastic Cell Lymphoma (ALCL) have found in 60 woman in the millions around the world who have breast implants and in recent study the report is identified around 34 cases of Anaplastic Cell Lymphoma (ALCL) which may be associated with breast implant.
Research of Breast Implants association with Breast Cancer
It is not yet determined by the researchers weather the breast implants especially textured breast implant could increase the risk of Anaplastic Cell Lymphoma (ALCL) in the breast or it have the association with Saline Breast Implants or Silicone Breast Implants
Association of Breast Implants and Breast Cancer is important to consider in your mind, but the risk of having breast cancer due to breast implant is very low as for statistics of the general population of the world shown.
If you already have breast implants this study is not advising you to remove your breast implant, but all you have to do is to be caring and noticeable if you find any abnormal symptoms like lumps, pain in breast and swelling.