Dyskeratosis congenita is a rare inheritable disorder characterized by abnormalities of the skin, nails and oral mucosa. Aplastic anaemia resulting from bone marrow hypoplasia is a frequent cause of death. Squamous cell carcinoma developing from leukoplakia and visceral malignancies are other complications of the disease. We report here a case of dyskeratosis congenita in a man who developed three neoplasias of different systems over a period of many years. Squamous cell carcinoma and gastric adenocarcinoma manifested 17 years after the man was diagnosed with Hodgkin's disease.