‘I Just Want This Out’: TODAY Anchor & Prostate Cancer Survivor Al Roker, 67, Tells SurvivorNet About His Decision to Have Surgery, the Risk for Black Men & that His Sexual Function After Cancer is ‘Working Fine’

Updated December 9th, 2021

‘I Just Want This Out’: TODAY Anchor & Prostate Cancer Survivor Al Roker, 67, Tells SurvivorNet About His Decision to Have Surgery, the Risk for Black Men & that His Sexual Function After Cancer is ‘Working Fine’

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