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Some types of cancer are more likely to occur in people who have poor immunity.
People with a lower immunity may have:
People with poor immunity are more likely to develop lymphomas| and certain types of skin cancer| (particularly non-melanomas). They are also more at risk of cancers that are influenced by a virus or bacteria|, such as cancers of cervix|, some anal| and genital cancers, and some cancers of the stomach| and liver|.
Content last reviewed: 1 September 2012
Next planned review: 2014
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