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who was not involved in the new work This result "is very useful for understanding the roots of this disease" The bone—part of an upper left rib from an adult male Neandertal—was originally unearthed between 1899 and 1905 during the excavation of Krapina a cave in northern Croatia which has yielded hundreds of ancient human remains But the rib was misfiled and ignored for almost a century until in 1999 it was briefly described in a list of specimens More recently anthropologist David Frayer of the University of Kansas Lawrence and colleagues began studying the pathologies of bones in the Krapina collections It was immediately clear that the rib fragment—specimen 12017 in the collection—wasn’t normal "The bone is broken away so you can look into the marrow chamber where even in a child you’d expect to see spongy bone" Frayer says "But in this rib instead of there being a mesh of bone there it’s completely vacant" Even with the naked eye the scientists recognized that empty area of bone indicated a tumor had once sat there But to get more details on its size and shape the researchers turned to x-rays and CT scans These studies revealed that the void’s physical characteristics—the type and location of missing bone—were consistent with a fibrous dysplastic neoplasm a tumor caused by a bone growth disorder the scientists report online today in PLOS ONE Now fibrous dysplastic neoplasms are one of the most common causes of tumors in the ribs and can cause bone fractures and pain "Unfortunately we don’t have more of this particular skeleton" Frayer says As a result the researchers can’t determine more details on the individual with the tumor like whether his other bones had tumors and whether he had symptoms of systemic diseases that can occur alongside the tumors Researchers also can’t draw inferences from a single sample on the frequency of tumors in the Neandertal population he says "There’s always a temptation to try to read more into a lesion than one can confidently interpret" Ubelaker says "But these authors did a splendid and careful job of taking the evidence only as far as it will go in terms of differential diagnosis" The causes of fibrous dysplastic neoplasms aren’t now understood Knowing that they have been present in human relatives since prehistoric times could shed light on how the tumors co-opt an ancient molecular pathway in our cells to grow But it will take more examples of ancient bone tumors to draw broader conclusions the researchers say London:Prince Charles was approved as the successor to Queen Elizabeth as head of the Commonwealth at a meeting of the group’s heads of government in Windsor on Friday Sky News reported citing unnamed sources File image of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles AP There have been calls for the role to be rotated around the 53 member-states most of which are former British territories but in recent days the queen the British government and other leaders have backed Charles The Commonwealth Secretariat which carries out the organisation’s day-to-day work did not immediately respond to a request for comment Prime Minister Theresa May’s office did not comment on the report The succession issue was due to be discussed at the final day of the meeting when leaders travelled 20 miles outside London for private meetings at the Queen’s Windsor Castle home The Commonwealth evolved out of the British empire in the mid-20th century and the queen has been its head since her reign began in 1952 Charles had long been expected to take on the role even though it is not strictly hereditary This week’s Commonwealth summit has seen thousands of delegates from across the globe descend on London debating issues such as the environment women’s rights and trade It ends later on Friday when May is due to speak Britain has sought to use its hosting of the event as a chance to reinvigorate the loose alliance of countries which have a combined population of 24 billion people eyeing increased trade and global influence as it prepares to leave the European Union But the summit has been overshadowed by the embarrassing treatment of Caribbean migrants who came to Britain after World War II to help rebuild the country but have been caught up in a tightening of immigration rules The biennial meeting taking place in Britain for the first time in 20 years could be the last attended by the 91-year-old queen as she cuts back on some of her official duties The next summit is due to be held in Malaysia in 2020 Agence France-Presse (AFP) chief photographer Shah Marai was also among the dead.000 in cash and prizes. the Washington Post reported. having heavily influenced Steve Jobs and a host of other tech leaders. Microsoft’s OneDrive," "Out of the $100 billion you give us $50 billion in trust: to be given to you in your next life when we find you. ” he said.

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