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NYT: June 6, 2012, 2:06 PM
Sheryl Crow, the singer and songwriter who has survived breast cancer, disclosed this week that she has a benign brain tumor that has affected her memory. Ms. Crow, 50, mentioned her condition in offhand comments to an audience at a recent concert and her publicist later confirmed that she has a meningioma, a tumor common in middle-aged women that grows in thin layers of tissue around the brain and spinal cord, The Associated Press reported.
Ms. Crow gave an interview to CNN describing the tumor as “a bump in the road.” She said the growth was discovered months ago when she went to her doctor after forgetting the lyrics to her hit song “Soak Up the Sun” during a performance. She was told she did not need surgery to remove the noncancerous tumor but must have periodic tests to monitor its growth. Along with memory loss, meningiomas can cause headaches, hearing loss and changes in vision.The singer-songwriter said she went to a doctor after forgetting lyrics to a hit song.