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In her first televised interview since undergoing a seven-hour surgery to remove a golf-ball-sized meningioma brain tumor in June, former E!
News anchor and SiriusXM host Maria Menounos told People magazine in a story published July 3 that she has been diagnosed with a meningioma.
The 39-year-old underwent a successful, complex surgery to remove the meningioma on June 8 — her birthday.
News anchor Maria Menounos underwent a seven-hour surgery on June 8—her 39th birthday—to remove a golf-ball-sized meningioma brain tumor, PEOPLE reported in an exclusive cover story this week.
The good news is that Menounos said 99.9% of the tumor, called a meningioma, was removed, and a recent MRI shows her mother's cancer is stable.
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First Known Use: 1922See Words from the same year
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