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Meningiomas, which account for a little over a quarter of all brain tumors, grow out of the meninges, the membranes that surround the brain and spinal cord. Technically, they are not really brain tumors because they don't originate in brain tissue, said Dr. Neil A. Martin, chair of neurosurgery at UCLA's Ronald Reagan Medical Center. They originate next to the bone of the skull in the dura or arachnoid tissues and grow inward, causing pressure on the brain. When they reach anywhere from 1 1/2 to 4 inches in size, they can cause sufficient pressure on the brain to produce neurological symptoms.

Meningiomas are most common in older women, but can strike at any age. Although about 5% turn cancerous, most are generally benign, slow growing tumors that may require little treatment beyond close observation. They become a threat only when their size causes them to impinge on the brain itself, squeezing cells and creating adverse effects.

"No one knows for certain" what causes them, Martin said. "Most are sporadic and pop up out of nowhere, with no obvious cause." Radiation to the brain during childhood for treatment of childhood brain tumors, leukemia and lymphoma are known to increase the risk of meningiomas. During the 1950s, many children abroad were given low doses of radiation to the scalp to kill ringworms. To the surprise of doctors, "a remarkable number" of those children developed meningiomas two to three decades later. Female hormones are also thought to increase the risk. One form of neurofibromatosis, or "elephant man disease," also causes the tumors, but that is rare.

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Chemotherapy is generally not useful. "There is not a great medication, no great chemotherapeutic drug" for meningiomas, Martin said. Because growth of the tumors is thought to be influenced by female hormones, doctors have tried anti hormonal drugs similar to those used for breast cancer, but without success.

Although Martin doesn't know the specific details of Moore's case, he said that "the chances are good she can have a surgical cure and resume normal activities within a couple of weeks." He noted that actress Elizabeth Taylor had a meningioma removed more than 15 years before she died and had no problems as a result.
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From the window of her flat overlooking the canal path in a suburb of Dewsbury in Yorkshire, a blonde woman watches two female figures walking past as they chatter in a foreign tongue.

Both the passers by are covered in black Islamic gowns, only a glimpse of their eyes show from the 2 in gap in the veils across their faces.

They, like many Muslim women who live here, speak little or no English. Lots of them will have no contact with any person from another religion or culture. Many, I imagine, have been brought to the UK to wed the British men of south Asian heritage who have made this area their home.

Even the lady selling ice creams from a van during the summer wears a burka in Savile Town

The wives have restricted lives: bringing up children, cooking for families, or going to women only events at the huge local mosque run by the Deobandis, a powerful sect of Islam whose most outspoken preachers have urged followers not to mix with Christians, Jews or Hindus.

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In fact there are almost no white residents to be found in Savile Town. Astonishingly, a detailed breakdown of the last census of 2011 recorded that only 48 of the 4,033 people living here were white British.

This would not surprise the blonde Lorraine Matthews, looking out at the ladies in burkas from her window. She is a 53 year old dentist's receptionist, one of the handful of white Britons left in Savile Town's grid of terrace streets. Almost all the other residents, according to that census, have Pakistani or Indian backgrounds.

Their forebears were enticed to Savile Town as cheap labour for back breaking jobs in the woollen mills which had made Dewsbury a renowned textile town.

For however unpalatable it may be to British liberals, the fact is that many Muslims here only want to live with those from their own culture

These hard working newcomers bought their own homes, and opened corner shops that sold burkas, prayer mats and perfumes that contained no alcohol, in line with the strictures of the Koran.

Soon the new arrivals had built the mosque which is designed to accommodate 4,000 worshippers. Today, a Sharia court nearby criticised in a House of Lords report for discriminating against women in divorce and matrimonial disputes does brisk business espousing the strict Islamic justice code.

Even the lady selling ice creams from a van during the summer wears a burka, and the mobile butcher going round the streets offers only halal goat, lamb and ostrich.

Stand in Savile Town, as I have, and you will see scores of boys in Islamic robes walking to and from lessons at the mosque's madrasah school, where for hours at a time they rote learn the Koran by heart.

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Eight of the nine pubs in the area have shut because there are hardly any local customers who drink alcohol. The hair salon, once giving stern perms to Yorkshire ladies, closed down long ago, the Western grocery and clothes shops, too.

Needless to say, with nowhere to socialise or shop for what they like, the local white folk departed, first in a trickle, then a torrent.

Savile Town is one of the most racially homogeneous parts of Britain: not because everyone is an indigenous Yorkshire man or woman, but exactly the opposite

Savile Town was left to become an ethnic enclave. And it seems that this detachment from mainstream society had disturbing repercussions. For this small area has produced several young jihadists who disappeared to fight and die as suicide bombers for Islamic State in the Middle East.

(Mohammed Sidique Khan, the leader of the bombers who attacked London on July 7, 2005, was brought up nearby. He bade farewell to his pregnant wife at their terrace house before leading his fellow attackers to the capital to claim 52 innocent lives in explosions on Tube trains and buses.)

Life in Savile Town was investigated earlier this year by Owen Bennett Jones, the BBC's former Pakistan correspondent, who threw light on the influence of the Deobandi movement over the Muslim population here.

Interviewed for the Radio 4 programme was Mufti Mohammed Pandor, a civil servant and spokesman for the Deobandis. He arrived from India's Gujarat in 1964 as a small child with his family.

The streets of the Savile Town area of Dewsbury, which since the 1950's has seen its white population almost entirely replaced

He lives near Savile Town, and would call himself a British Muslim. Yet he refused to let interviewer Bennett Jones see his wife when the reporter visited the couple's home, although she was permitted to make the tea in the kitchen.

Pandor insists she is completely covered at almost all times, allowing her only to raise her veil for passport checks at airports. His family rarely watches British TV and says all music is un Islamic.

Despite being a religious adviser to two universities Bradford imitation van cleef and arpels butterfly necklace and Huddersfield he told the BBC that Muslim men should only be permitted to enter higher education institutions to study and pray, and 'not to look at women'.

'If Mohammed did not do it, we don't do it,' Pandor told the BBC, saying the Deobandi are a 'back to basics' movement whose followers live in the style of the Prophet's life, 14 centuries ago.

You might dismiss such desperately backward thinking as being the preserve of a small outlandish sect, but the Deobandis run nearly half the 1,600 registered UK mosques, and train 80 per cent of all domestic Islamic clerics who, in turn, play a huge part in influencing the growing population of British Muslims.

Perhaps it's little surprise that the few indigenous Yorkshire people remaining in Savile Town feel somewhat beleaguered.
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Out: Nathan van Berlo, Mitch Grigg, Ricky Henderson, Matthew Jaensch, Luke Lowden, Jarryd Lyons, Keenan Ramsay

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In: Jack Frost, Archie Smith (rookie upgrade), Matt Eagles (rookie, The Recruit), Hugh McCluggage (pick 3), Jarrod Berry (17), Alex Witherden (23), Cedric Cox (24), Jacob Allison (55), Corey Lyons (71), Mitch Hinge (rookie), Jake Barrett (rookie), Oscar McInerney (rookie), Blake Grewar (rookie)

Out: Hugh Beasley, Justin Clarke, Billy Evans, Josh Green, Pearce Hanley, Josh McGuinness, Daniel Merrett, Jackson Paine, Josh Watts, Trent West, Jaden McGrath.

WHAT THEY GOT: a top quality midfielder in McCluggage, who should play plenty of games. Addressed a key need in adding Berry (courage), Witherden (foot skills) and Cox (speed, and tricks) to their backline. Not many mid sized forwards on the list so will need to kick goals from the midfield.

IMPACT: More upheaval than the US government. Of the outs only Pearce Hanley will hurt. Tom Rockliff was retained but won't be captain, whether he is destabilising will have a say on their year. They brought in depth with Jack Frost but otherwise harvested the draft which means the impact will take time, notwithstanding the effect of a new coach. Well placed for, say, two years down the track if they get things right and develop their big clutch of talented youngsters well. Havequalitydeveloping talls and should take steps in 2017.

In: Ciaran Byrne (rookie upgrade), Caleb Marchbank, Rhys Palmer, Jarrod Pickett, Billie Smedts, Sam Petrevski Seton (pick 6), Zac Fisher (27), Harrison Macreadie (47), Cameron Polson (59), Tom Williamson (61), Patrick Kerr (65), Kym LeBois (rookie), Alex Silvagni (rookie)

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In: Lynden Dunn, Will Hoskin Elliott, Lachlan Keeffe, Chris Mayne, Josh Smith, Daniel Wells, Sam McLarty (pick 30), Callum Brown (35), Kayle Kirby (50), Josh Daicos (57), Mitch McCarthy (rookie), Henry Schade (rookie), Liam Mackie (rookie), Max Lynch (rookie)

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IMPACT: Wells' was a very good pick up. He's got run, class and (as long as he is fit) is a match winner. The midfield now looks deep and dangerous. Mayne would want to remember how he played two years ago, Hoskin Elliott is very outside but is young, fast and good overhead. If Reid falls over they are vulnerable and they know it Keeffe, Schade and Dunn brought in as immediate cover and they've traded in kids to play the position long term. With Elliott back they should bump next year the coach needs them to.

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Out: Michael Barlow, Matt de Boer, Jack Hannath, Sean Hurley, Chris Mayne, Anthony Morabito, Tendai Mzungu, Matthew Pavlich, Clancee Pearce, Alex Silvagni, Tanner Smith.

WHAT THEY GOT: A ready to play key back in Hamling, a mature age running back in Ryan, plus a couple of tall defenders to develop. Ready to go key forwards in Kersten and McCarthy. An instant addition for the midfield in Hill (with Bennell in the wings) and a raw ruck prospect (Darcy).

IMPACT: Forecasting Fremantle is the riskiest proposition in football. With Fyfe back they simply have to be better. Joel Hamling was great for the Dogs and while he's still young and raw he should be a good pick up. But Cam McCarthy? Who knows? After what he has gone through it's impossible to know. Hill will give them run and daring which they've lacked. They can't be worse.

In: Aaron Black, Tom Ruggles (rookie upgrade), Zach Tuohy, Brandan Parfitt (pick 26), Tom Stewart (40), Esava Ratugolea (43), Quinton Narkle (60), Timm House (68), Ryan Abbott (69), Jack Henry (rookie), Zach Guthrie (rookie), Jamaine Jones (rookie), Sam Simpson (rookie)

Out: Jimmy Bartel, Zac Bates, Josh Caddy, Mitch Clark, Jock Cornell, Cameron Delaney, Corey Enright, Shane Kersten, Padraig Lucey, Michael Luxford, Tom Read, Billie Smedts, Nathan Vardy.

WHAT THEY GOT: Some speed and excitement in Parfitt, Narkle and Jones, and for their forward line (Ratugolea). All are an investment in the future. Mature age prospects for a few different parts of the ground (Stewart, Abbott and House), who they will be hoping can step in and play straight away if required. Replaced Kersten, who played plenty of games last year, with Black.

IMPACT: Lost Caddy but gained Tuohy. They need more run from defence than midfield depth so are better off. Enright was still playing good footy so he will be a loss. Time was right on Bartel. Deledio would have been ideal but curiously it didn't happen yet they still did a deal on Caddy. Black for Kersten is zero sum.

In: Pearce Hanley, Jesse Joyce (rookie upgrade), Jarryd Lyons, Jarrod Witts, Michael Barlow, Ben Ainsworth (pick 4), Jack Scrimshaw (7), Will Brodie (9), Jack Bowes (10), Brad Scheer (67), Max Spencer (rookie)

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Why the Hip resonates in Canada

With all respect to my friends at the CBC, I've always rolled my eyes at the notion that Canadians must tell "our stories." Canada has its own history, of course, and we should study it. It has its own celebrities, villains, heroes. But our stories, in general, are largely similar to anyone's stories. We're blessed to live in a land of plenty and peace, but humanity is what it is. And the more we try to tell uniquely Canadian stories, the more time we spend gazing more like glaring up our own navels.That's not to say we should ignore ourselves. Of course not. Our stories will be told, when they're worth telling. But too much "CanCon" is just an attempt to take a story you could set anywhere and Canadianify it, with often boring or simply awful results. When a Canadian story resonates, it'll resonate. You won't need to wrap up in a Maple Leaf flag and tell it, in both official languages, from the bleachers of a small town hockey rink, steaming cup of Tims in hand.But the Tragically Hip resonate, with me and millions of other Canadians. So the news, imitation hermes belt on sale released Tuesday, that frontman and lead singer Gord Downie has terminal brain cancer, resonated too.I'm by no means a Tragically Hip mega fan. They aren't even my favourite Canadian band that would be Rush, thank you very much. But the Tragically Hip has been a big, big replica Hermes belts france part of the soundtrack of my life for decades. I strongly associate periods with the music I was into at that time. I had Elvis Costello years. A long Collective Soul period. Went full Johnny Cash for a while. But throughout it all, there's been Tragically Hip, telling Canadian stories the way they should be told: naturally, easily, and unpretentiously. They don'tneed to be buffedup withsome nationalistic polish to work.Is that a credit to the music? Undoubtedly. The group knows how to rock, and a lot of that is thanks to Downie and that magical voice of his. (Word from his medical team that the cancer is directly affecting the speech centre of the brain is a particularly cruel bit of news tacked onto an already grim announcement.) But some of it has to be that impossible to nail down sense of that these guys are the real deal authentic Canadians, whatever that means.Try to introduce the Tragically Hip to Americans and Australians as I have and they may think a few of the songs are great. They'll acknowledge the band is musically talented. But they just don't get it. Maybethey can't.I don't know why that is. It probably even undercuts my dismissal above of there being uniquely Canadian stories that only Canadians can tell. Perhaps they're the exception that proves the rule. God only knows how much money has been spent trying to hermes classic belt replica find a unique Canadian spin on the sitcom, or the historical drama, or the daytime talk show. And then along comes a group of guys from Kingston, Ont., and they nail Canada without even trying.If I had to guess why the band hits all the right notes with Canadians, it's because there'sliterally a song for every season with the Hip. A choice for every mood. And if those songs include the odd little detail that directly speaks to mydaily routine and surroundings, all the subtle stuff you wouldn't notice until you've done it a thousand times,I guess it's not a surprise that the Hip's songsworked their way into my memory.Bobcaygeon is probably the default cottage song for the entire country, perhaps only rivalled by hermes black belt knockoff FireworksIndeed, sometimes so deep into my memory that it often seems I can't remember certain parts of my life without thinking of the songs. Their album Trouble at the Hen Houseis basically mysoundtrack forlong minivanrides up to the cottage on dark, winter nights mom and dad up front, my sister and I in the middle, and our long passed dog panting away on the back seat. Those opening moments of Gift Shop put me right back into the van. I'm 13 years old again, and the headlights of the van are bouncingoff the snowflakes coming down in front of the windshield. Bobcaygeon is probably the default cottage song for the entire country, perhaps only rivalled by Fireworks. (I admit it helps that my cottage is nearBobcaygeon.) Their new albums haven't grabbed me as much as the older stuff, but even my son, not quite two, can't help but dance when Love is a First comes up on daddy's iPhone.The Tragically Hip issimply too Canadian to ever be dismissed as CanCon filler. The band says Downie is up to one more round of concerts. They're not calling it a farewell tour, but that's what it is. 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