President William Clinton was diagnosed with skin cancer (basal cell carcinoma) after a biopsy of a lesion on his back.  The lesion was removed in 2001.  Also, a precancerous growth (possibly actinic keratosis) was removed from Clinton’s nose in 1996 with liquid nitrogen. Clinton also suffered from rectal bleeding, had bilateral hearing aids, and allergies.

42. William Jefferson Clinton

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