No. There is, to date, no scientific evidence to suggest that the transfer of fat may promote the development of breast cancer.
However, it does not prevent the occurrence, if it should appear. Each patient has their own risk of breast cancer that depends on their age (there is a 1 in 218 chance before the age of 40, and a 1 in 40 chance between the ages of 50 to 59 years old), family medical history, and breast density.
Therefore, every precaution should be taken to limit the risk of coincidence between the occurrence of cancer and lipomodelage (rigorous assessment done before the lipomodelage procedure by a radiologist specialising in breast imaging; rigorous assessment after 1 year performed by the same radiologist). Taking this into account, the patient requesting breast lipomodelage consents to have the preoperative assessment of breast imaging (mammography, ultrasound depending on their age) and agrees to have the required examinations (mammography, ultrasound) after 1 year.