Butt Implants Linked To Deadly Cancer, According To New Study 

Butt Implants Are Linked To Deadly Cancer, According To New Study

An University of Southern California new study has discovered a link to woman who received buttock implants have developed a deadly form of cancer. The Food and Drug Administration are linking the textured breast implants to a blood cancer calledanaplastic large cell lymphoma (ALCL). Nearly 500 women in the U.S. have been diagnosed with the deadly breast implant-associated with ALCL. According to reports, sixteen women have died, including nine in the U.S.

An USC professor, Dr. Joseph Carey comments on the new link to butt implant cancer, he says,

“As far as we are aware, this is the first reported case of ALCL that may be associated with textured gluteal implants.”

Dr. Carey continues,

“We are constantly vigilant about our practices and report our findings, no matter how rare.”

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A handful of notable celebrities have commented on their experience with butt implants. In 2018, rapper Cardi B spoke about her experience after receiving injections for $800. She explained,

“They don’t numb your a** with anything. It was the craziest pain ever. I felt like I was gonna pass out. I felt a little dizzy. And it leaks for, like, five days.”


As previously reported, singer K. Michelle has been very open with her butt implant issues after going under the knife six times to have the implants removed. She says,

“6 surgeries in 3 months and that a** is still undefeated. I told my story to her you women. I can walk now and twerk on a sausage. Still have 1 more surgeries to make it perfect, but I look f*cking good and I’m going to show off ALL THE TIME. I earned that! Tuh! Don’t like unfollow. Hits blunt immediately. Y’all be making my nerves bad sometimes.

According to The Internationals Society of Aesthetic Plastic surgery, more than 36,000 buttock implants procedures were performed worldwide in 2017.

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Authored by: Gregory Molette