thank you for your information, but like I said today she is already having surgery, but your prayers together with ours are appreciated, THANKS AND BLESSINGS TO YOU.buffy111
If it's cancer, they would probably radiate it, as opposed to attempt removing it, because they would have to radiate the area after removing it, anyway. Radiation can be very detrimental to the patient's immune system, so I don't know that it'd be a smart idea to perform a craniotomy from which your friend would need a significant amount of time to recover, and then proceed to radiate her while her immune system is likely still needed to ensure that her body is fighting off any infections she might get as a result of her head being exposed to the environment as a result of the surgery. And if it is cancer, they'll want to make sure that they destroy most, if not all, of it as soon as they possible, and radiating the area is the best way to do that, not surgery.
Just my guess; I'm not a doctor. Either way, I'll be sure to keep your friend in my prayers.