Li-fraumeni cancer syndrome

Li-Fraumeni cancer syndrome Li-Frau·meni cancer syndrome (lē’frou-mā’nē)
A familial breast cancer syndrome that occurs in young women and that is associated with the occurrence of soft-tissue sarcomas in children and other cancers in close relatives.


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