Are there any birth control pills that won't cause forms of reproductive cancers?

Yes. Birth control pills prevent ovarian and endometrial cancers. Cervical cancer is increased due to most pill users do not use condoms and are more at risk for hpv infection which can cause cervical cancer. There is a small increase in breast cancer with more than 10 years use, but these patients tend to have a much less aggressive form o breast cancer.
YES! Women who take or who have taken birth control pills have a lower risk of getting cancer of the uterus or cancer of the ovaries, two very important types of cancer.

Related Questions

Can hormone fluctuations cause ovarian cancer? Can wild hormone fluctuations due to PMS or birth control pills cause ovarian cancer? .

Not causal. Hormonal fluctuations alone, for whatever reason do not cause ovarian cancer. We don't know the exact cause of ovarian cancer. Once developed though, ovarian cancer can cause significant hormonal changes and often can present as hormonal variations or abdominal pain and distension. Read more...
No. The cause of ovarian cancer is unknown. But oral contraceptives certainly do not cause it. In fact there is some degree of protection provided in women who have taken oral birth control pills. Read more...

Can birth control pills cause cancer? My doctor says they are fine! My question is can they cause breast cancer or other cancers?

Not significant. Some studies suggest that use of birth control pills appears to slightly increase the risk of breast cancer, especially among younger women. However, the risk level goes back to normal 10 years or more after discontinuing oral contraceptive use. Women who use oral contraceptives have reduced risks of ovarian and endometrial cancer. Read more...