Lee-Freund's syndrome refers to a very rare genetic disorder that is inherited autosomally-dominant, that is, a highly damaged gene from one of the parents. With this syndrome, the incidence of malignant neoplasms increases at an early age.
Due to the inheritance of the features of tissue response to tumor transformation, with the syndrome there are tumors in the age of 20-30 years.
Tumors mainly occur in the chest, bones or soft tissues. Also, there may be primary tumor formation in the nervous system, adrenal glands, blood, and others. Half suffer from this syndrome of people with cancer who are under 30 years of age, many suffer from the same type of cancer more than once, although they are undergoing treatment.
Lee-Frauen's syndrome increases the risk of oncological pathology in young people, suspected of having cancer in several family members at an early age.
Clinically it is diagnosed with: