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He was diagnosed with a brain tumour but after surgery returned to the drum stool before the year was out. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Having recovered from surgery for a brain tumour, he savoured his return to the arena. Times, Sunday Times (2007)His wife had shaved her hair off and wore a headscarf, claiming she had a brain tumour, bone cancer and leukaemia. The Sun (2010)She shaved her head, wore a scarf and told her family and friends she was dying from leukaemia, bone cancer and a brain tumour. The Sun (2014)
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