Small bowel cancers, B-cell lymphatic leukemia, and six primary cancers with metastases and prolonged survival in the cancer family syndrome of Lynch.

@article{Love1985SmallBC,
  title={Small bowel cancers, B-cell lymphatic leukemia, and six primary cancers with metastases and prolonged survival in the cancer family syndrome of Lynch.},
  author={Richard R. Love},
  journal={Cancer},
  year={1985},
  volume={55 3},
  pages={499-502}
}
The Cancer Family Syndrome of Lynch (CFS) is characterized by the frequent occurrence of multiple types of cancers, often adenocarcinomas of the colon, endometrium, and breast, at early ages in a pedigree pattern suggesting an autosomal dominant mechanism of inheritance. An unusual CFS pedigree is presented in which members exhibited rare cancers, six primary cancers, and prolonged survival.