- n. Plural form of cancer.
“Five scars from basal cell skin cancers scatter across my body from childhood romps without protection in the Miami Beach sun.”
“Even moderate drinking can contribute to certain cancers, for example, so the risks may outweigh the benefits for people at high risk of those malignancies.”
“In very rare cases, it can cause damage leading to skin cancers, said the Swiss researchers, Drs. Andreas Arnold and Peter Itin from University Hospital Basel.”
“So many surfers get skin cancers cut off - my dad and all of his brothers surfed in their youth and all 9 of them have had skin lesions machine gunned off their heads or faces.”
“Just got back from having some skin cancers cut out of me noggin.”
“Dad had a FKN good tan up from his mixed race ancestry but he wound up with terrible skin cancers all over his head and ears.”
“Puma, my specialist said that sunscreen protects against skin cancers but not melanoma.”
“If the pattern of clinical features and/or cancers is suggestive of a WT1-related Wilms tumorsyndrome, the physician or counselor may recommend that genetic testing be performed.”
“If the pattern of symptoms and/or cancers is suggestive of PJS, the physician or counselor may recommend that genetic testing be performed.”
“An increased risk of developing certain cancers during childhood (most of these cancers can be cured with proper treatment.)”
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