NBC ‘Today’ Weatherman Al Roker, 66, Reveals He’s Having Surgery to Treat Prostate Cancer; What That Means & What Are the Side-Effects

Published Nov 6, 2020

NBC ‘Today’ Weatherman Al Roker, 66, Reveals He’s Having Surgery to Treat Prostate Cancer; What That Means & What Are the Side-Effects

Weatherman Al Roker announced on 'TODAY' that he has been diagnosed with prostate cancer, and plans to have surgery for treatment. This option includes it's own list of side-effects, including sexual, and SurvivorNet breaks them down.

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