‘Today’ Show’s Al Roker, 66, Had Surgery to Treat Prostate Cancer & Says It Went Well But Needs “Lifelong Testing”

Published Nov 17, 2020

‘Today’ Show’s Al Roker, 66, Had Surgery to Treat Prostate Cancer & Says It Went Well But Needs “Lifelong Testing”

'Today' show co-host Al Roker has undergone surgery to remove his prostate; he shares with fans that there is no evidence of cancer beyond his prostate.

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