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Extractions: From staff and wire reports LONDON (CNN) Former Beatle George Harrison has been transferred to another hospital after being stabbed in the chest by a knife-wielding man who broke into his Oxfordshire mansion early Thursday morning. Police said the motive for the break-in remains unclear. Initially transported to Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading, near his home, Harrison was later sent to a hospital specializing in chest and thoraxic treatment. He was said to be in stable condition, under observation. Authorities said his condition was not life-threatening.
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Extractions: Sir Paul McCartney has sent his love to his fellow former Beatle George Harrison after he and his wife Olivia were attacked at their mansion. "Thank God that both George and Olivia are all right. I send them all my love. I have no further comment to make," said Sir Paul. Beatles drummer Ringo Starr also sent a get well soon message. A joint statement with his wife from their California home said: "Both Barbara (Bach) and I are deeply shocked that this has occurred. "We send George and Olivia all our love and wish George a speedy recovery." The attack in which Harrison was stabbed in the chest by an intruder stunned friends. Harrison's biographer Hunter Davies told Sky News: "He is the one you would least expect something dramatic to happen to.
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Extractions: The findings of an independent inquiry into the care of a paranoid schizophrenic who almost killed the former Beatle George Harrison are due to be published on Tuesday. Michael Abram, 35, stabbed the guitarist and songwriter in a frenzied attack on 30 December last year. Conducted by the St Helens and Knowsley NHS Health Authority on Merseyside, the inquiry will focus on the treatment Abram received from his local health authority. There has been criticism of doctors at a Liverpool hospital who allegedly mistook his mental illness for drug addiction. The father-of-two was charged with the attempted murder of Mr Harrison and his wife Olivia. But, following a two-day trial in November last year, the jury was told to acquit Abram, who believed The Beatles to be witches, on the grounds that he was temporarily insane. However, the judge Mr Justice Astill ordered him to be detained indefinitely in a secure hospital.
Extractions: MORE ON THIS STORY RELATED STORIES George Harrison Released From Hospital George Harrison Will Release New Single George Harrison Receives Radiation Treatment George Harrison Reported in NY Hospital ... Lowly Fruit Fly's Amazing Flight Secrets London's Sunday People tabloid reported this weekend that the former Beatle may have only a week to live. Citing a family friend, the paper said Harrison's wife Olivia and their son Dhani have been told he could slip away "at any time." Harrison has even lost interest in eating, the paper said. No Luck With Radical Procedure Harrison, 58, left New York's Staten Island University Hospital last week after undergoing an experimental type of radiosurgery. That process reportedly did not stop Harrison's brain tumor from spreading. He flew from New York to UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles to treat the inoperable malignancy with the more conventional chemotherapy.
Extractions: If all things must pass, it doesn't mean the Quiet Beatle's going without a fight. Representatives for George Harrison announced Thursday that he recently underwent surgery to remove a cancerous growth from one of his lungs. Harrison had the operation at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, but did not say when (there's a reason he's known as the Quiet Beatle). a d v e r t i s e m e n t "The operation was successful and George has made an excellent recovery," reads a statement from the rocker's lawyers. "He is in the best of spirits and on top formthe most relaxed and free since the attack on him in 1999. He is now enjoying a holiday in Tuscany. "Although All Things Must Pass Away, George has no plans right now and is still Living in the Material World, and wishes everyone all the very best, God Bless and not to worry." The 58-year-old musician was diagnosed with throat cancer about four years ago after discovering a lump on his neck. In 1997, he was treated with two rounds of radiation therapy at the Royal Marsden Hospital. The reclusive Harrison admitted at the time that he got the disease from his heavy smoking habit.
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Extractions: cultura de paz ... En cultura: El adiós del ex-beatle George Harrison Juan Carlos Roque, 30-11-2001 "Amaos los unos a los otros". Estas fueron las últimas palabras del ex-beatle George Harrison, antes de dejarnos, ayer jueves 29 de noviembre. Harrison, quien se encontraba en Estados Unidos para someterse a exámenes médicos, ya que padecía de cáncer, murió a los 58 años de edad en Los Angeles, en casa de un amigo. Antes de partir a EE.UU., Harrison estuvo internado en una clínica de Suiza, donde se le trató un tumor cerebral del que fue operado a principios de noviembre en el Staten Island University Hospital de Nueva York. El músico había sido operado una primera vez en 1997 de un tumor canceroso en la garganta y, tras constatársele un cáncer pulmonar, fue sometido a una segunda intervención en marzo pasado. George Harrison atribuía su enfermedad a haber sido un fumador empedernido durante su juventud. Además de sus problemas de salud, en diciembre de 1999 Harrison sobrevivió el ataque de un desequilibrado que entró en su lujosa mansión de Henley-on-Thames, en el sur de Inglaterra, y le agredió con un cuchillo.
Extractions: former Beatle, 54, told the "News of the World" that a lump on his neck was diagnosed as malignant last July. It was removed last August, and the operation was followed by two courses of radiation treatment in England. He was checked by the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota in January and again in May and was given a clean bill of health. Harrison maintained that he got it "purely from smoking." He had given up cigarettes years before but started again prior to quitting a second time last year. He says he discovered the growth last July while he was gardening at the 200-room mansion on an estate just west of London he shares with his wife Olivia and their 19-year old son Dhani.
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Extractions: George Harrison says he's "feeling fine" amid reports he's battling brain cancer, but the Quiet Beatle remains mum on specifics. Following a report by Swiss weekly Sonntagszeeitung that the former moptop was being treated for a brain tumor in a Swiss Cancer clinic, Harrison confirmed Monday that he had undergone radiation therapy, but would not elaborate on the nature of the illness. "I am feeling fine and I am really sorry for the unnecessary worry which has been caused by the reports appearing in today's press. Please do not worry," Harrison said in a message released through his London lawyer. a d v e r t i s e m e n t The newspaper reported that the 58-year-old guitarist-singer of such Beatle classics as "Here Comes the Sun," "Something" and "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" had been receiving Cobalt-Radiation therapy throughout the months of May and June at the Oncology Institute of Southern Switzerland in Bellinzona. It also said he was in the care of Dr. Franco Cavalli, one of Switzerland's foremost cancer specialists as well as the country's Socialist parliamentary floor leader. While Cavalli acknowledged supervising Harrison's treatment, he refused to release specifics on his health.
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NPR : George Harrison's Parting Gift Almost a year since former Beatles guitarist george harrison died of cancer, his final studio album, i Brainwashed /i , hits the record stores Tuesday. http://www.npr.org/display_pages/features/feature_848887.html
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NPR Special Report -- George Harrison Dead At 58 george harrison, the quiet Beatle often thought of as the soul of the Fab Four, died Thursday of cancer. He was 58. george harrison Dead at 58. http://www.npr.org/news/specials/harrison/011130.harrison.html
Extractions: McCartney and John Lennon, the Beatles' two charismatic frontmen and principal songwriters, got most of the attention. But Harrison, the youngest Beatle who played lead guitar and wrote memorable songs such as "Something," "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" and "Here Comes the Sun" was considered by many to be the group's most thoughtful, spiritual member. His signature guitar style, owing both to blues and early rock and roll, gave the Beatles' music a distinctive character.