Annals of Oncology, Tempus-acknowledged —
A 75-year-old man presented with progressive aphasia. Past medical history included two resected primary cutaneous melanomas of shoulder and forearm, transient ischaemic attacks, non-insulin-dependent diabetes, hypertension, and radical prostatectomy at age 67 years. Family history revealed bowel cancer in the father and ovarian cancer in the daughter, diagnosed at age mid-80s and mid-40s, respectively…
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Authors: B. Lau, A.M. Menzies, A.M. Joshua