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Boy's tumor op
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Xinhua Hospital yesterday announced doctors had successfully removed a risky brain tumor from seven-year-old boy Sun Ao.

He suffered a traffic accident in October, and the impact burst a hidden tumor in his brain, leaving him in a critical condition.

(Shanghai Daily November 21, 2007)

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