Table 1

 Non-breast primary cancers in families with multiple primary cancers

CancerNo. of individuals (%)*
*A total of 29 patients had two or more non-breast cancers, so the number of cancers does not equal the number of patients and the total percent exceeds 100%.
†Other primary cancers include leukaemia, brain, non-Hodgkin lymphoma, pancreatic, sarcoma, bladder, uterine, kidney, lung, head and neck, genital tract, duodenum, renal, thymus, intestine, and papillary adenocarcinoma.
Non-melanoma skin41 (25%)
Melanoma23 (14%)
Colorectal24 (15%)
Ovarian16 (10%)
Thyroid14 (9%)
Endometrial13 (8%)
Hodgkin disease9 (6%)
Cervical8 (5%)
Others†45 (28%)