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# Brain Tumour

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# Great News
Ex-Liverpool and Leeds defender Matteo given all-clear after surgery to remove brain tumour
The ex-Scotland international has successfully come through six months of rehabilitation.
# GoFundMe
'I'm elated, relieved': Over €111k raised to send Cork teen to US for urgent brain tumour surgery
17-year-old Aaron McMahon was diagnosed with a chordoma brain tumour in February 2017.
# knitivity
This 11-year-old just had surgery for a brain tumour. Now she wants to help raise thousands for charity
Áine Ryan, from Limerick, has had friends and family around to help raise money for the Beaumont Hospital Foundation.
Irish cancer research gets a boost with its first ever brain tumour biobank
It is one of only a handful of its kind in Europe.
# survivor
'My brain tumour has returned for a fifth time, but I won't let that define me'
“I am wracked with guilt at the thought of not being around for my daughter.”
# Brain Tumour
Questions raised after prisoner died after being released from prison
The prisoner was diagnosed with a brain tumour whilst in prison and died two month after he was released.
# Brain Tumour
'Even if she doesn't have a very long time, her brother is getting good quality time with her'
Children’s Hospice Week starts today and the theme is ‘Be a Hero’.
# Brain Tumour
Ashya King 'free of cancer' after specialist treatment that was refused in the UK
His parents were previously arrested for taking him out of the country.
# authorised
Ashya King en route to Prague for alternative treatment
The child has now left the Spanish hospital.
# proton therapy
Ashya King given the green light to receive treatment in the Czech Republic
His father, Brett King, claimed this morning that the treatment in the UK would have made him ‘a vegetable’.
# supported
UK drop arrest warrant against Ashya King's parents
The 5-year-old boy is receiving treatment at a hospital in Spain while his parents are in custody.
# Treatment
Police defend their handling of the Ashya King case as questions mount
A judge in Spain has detained the 5-year-old’s parents for a further 72 hours.
# ashya king
Parents of missing boy to appear before Spanish judge tomorrow
Ashya King was taken from hospital by his parents without doctors’ consent.
# Great Cause
Tipperary hurlers to fundraise after ex-teammate has surgery on brain tumour
Loughmore-Castleiney’s Eddie Connolly took ill in the wake of a recent county senior hurling semi-final.
# Cancer
New research shows brain tumours can be killed with anti-nausea drug
The drug is currently being used to help patients recovering from the side effects of chemotherapy.
# Breast Cancer
Drug combination ‘shrinks’ secondary brain tumours in breast cancer patients
A ‘sizeable and increasing’ proportion of women with advanced breast cancer are developing secondary brain cancer.
# illness
Sheryl Crow diagnosed with benign brain tumour
Singer and breast cancer survivor Sheryl Crow said she knew something was wrong when she had memory trouble – but says that she isn’t worried as it is benign.
# Young Maestro
Chip off the old block: Young Ballesteros to follow in the spiked footsteps of Seve
Javier, son of the late Spanish golfing legend, is playing the same course where his father made his pro debut in 1974.
# Legend
'Big shoes to fill': Jim Stynes steps down as Melbourne president
The Dubliner stepped down as president of the Melbourne Demons last night as he continues his battle against cancer.
# Harry Moseley
Eleven-year-old fundraiser Harry Moseley dies after cancer battle
Harry, nicknamed ‘Britain’s kindest kid’, raised thousands for cancer research while suffering from an inoperable tumour.
# All Clear
Cork girl, 4, to return home after successful cancer treatment
Megan Malone, who has been undergoing treatment for a rare form of brain tumour, will complete treatment tomorrow.
# Megan
Four-year-old who had 'weeks to live' given all-clear from cancer
Cork-born Megan Malone and her parents were given the good news by doctors treating her in the US.