‘Today’ Anchor Al Roker, 67, Reflects Back on the Hardest Part of His Prostate Cancer Diagnosis: ‘It Was the First Time I Saw Fear in My Children’s Eyes’

Updated December 29th, 2023

‘Today’ Anchor Al Roker, 67, Reflects Back on the Hardest Part of His Prostate Cancer Diagnosis: ‘It Was the First Time I Saw Fear in My Children’s Eyes’

Roker underwent a five-hour surgery to have his prostate and surrounding lymph nodes removed right after he announced his 2020 diagnosis

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