No...the article states all of what Justin and Cory noted. They said that doctors should monitor the women who come in for breast augmentation a bit more. But I wonder if the stats hold for other kinds of plastic surgery? I suppose breasts are more directly related to their sexuality and perhaps that has something to do with it?
Exactly what I was thinking... They're either already prone to depression and self-doubt (hence the surgery) or they're attempting to recuperate from a mastectomy, in which case they're emotionally vulnerable. In either case, I don't think it's the breasts that are making the women commit suicide.
Aparently it's not a cause and effect relationship, but rather that certain women who are prone to depression may be more likely to try to improve their self image through cosmetic surgery. This, of course, never works.