The former 'E! News' host opened up about her benign tumor to NBC's Megyn Kelly.
Meningiomas, tumors that arise from the thin coverings of the brain and spinal cord called the meninges, are the most common primary brain tumors.
Menounos said doctors were able to remove 99 percent of the benign growth.
TV host Maria Menounos had a benign tumor removed from her brain last month — and now she's stepping down from E! News.
Talk about a health scare! Back in June, Maria Menounos underwent a seven hour brain surgery in order to get a benign melanoma (which was the size of a golf ball) off her brain. To make matters worse, Miz Menounos' health issue came amid her mother Litsa Menounos' battle with stage four brain cancer. What a [...]
Before getting overthrown by the American government, Manuel Antonio Noriega was paid to spy for the CIA. On May 29, the former Panamanian dictator died after leaving prison briefly to receive surgery for a benign tumor in his brain. Over...Show More Summary
PANAMA CITY (Reuters) - Former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega remained in an induced coma in critical condition following two brain surgeries on Tuesday to remove a benign tumor, his lawyer said on Wednesday.
Former ruler of Central American country suffers hemorrhage after surgery to remove a benign brain tumor.
Former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega, 83, is in a critical condition after an operation on Tuesday to remove a benign tumor from his brain, his family said. "He has a major brain hemorrhage and is in a serious condition," his daughter Lorena Noriega told reporters outside the Santo Tomas hospital where he was operated on. Show More Summary
Manuel Noriega suffered a hemorrhage after surgery to remove a benign brain tumor.
Former Panamanian military strongman suffered hemorrhage after surgery to remove benign brain tumor, his daughters say
Panama's former military dictator Manuel Noriega was undergoing surgery on Tuesday to remove a benign brain tumor, with his family hoping the 83-year-old's recovery will prevent his return to prison. His daughter Thays Noriega told AFP...Show More Summary
Lauren Holiday had a benign brain tumor removed five months ago and has been through an incredible amount of pain throughout the ordeal. What helped her through it all? Just take a look at the photo of her 5-month-old daughter, Jrue Tyler Holiday, that the former UCLA and U.S. soccer star posted...
The 1984 Olympic gold medalist in figure skating Scott Hamilton has had another bout with a brain tumor — his third since 2004. The tumor is benign, however Hamilton says him and his wife, Tracie, are facing the diagnosis with optimism, come what may.
Retired U.S. Women’s National Team midfielder Lauren Holiday underwent brain surgery Thursday to remove a benign tumor and is recovering in North Carolina. In September, Holiday gave birth to a daughter, who shares a name with her father, NBA player Jrue Holiday. Read more...
Benign pituitary tumor diagnosis is the third for Olympic figure skating champion who lives in Franklin.
Following the birth, Holiday will soon have brain surgery to remove a benign tumor.
Lauren Holiday, former U.S. soccer player has a brain tumor that needs to be surgically removed. The tumor on Holiday’s brain is benign and does not pose a threat to her unborn child. Since the tumor is benign and not a threat to her baby, US Magazine is reporting that Holiday has decided to hold... Show More Summary
Lauren Holiday, a former midfielder for the U.S. Women’s National Team, ended an illustrious soccer career last year with an eye toward starting a family. Now pregnant, Holiday was recently diagnosed with a benign brain tumor that will require surgery to correct—surgery that cannot be had until after her child is born. Read more...
Former U.S. Women’s National Team midfielder Lauren Holiday, who is pregnant, will have brain surgery to remove a benign tumor sometime later this year, the Times-Picayune reported. Her husband, New Orleans Pelicans starting point guard Jrue Holiday, will miss an indeterminate amount of the season caring for her. Read more...