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Rod Stewart has revealed that he has beaten prostate cancer after secret three-year conflict.
The 74-year-old was diagnosed in February of 2016, after a routine appointment, and is now urging the men to get their prostate checked, after going into remission in July of this year.
The legendary rocker about his take on the benefit concert event, in addition to the former Faces band members Kenney Jones and Ronnie Wood.
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According to the Mirror, he told the audience that he had warned the wife, Penny Lancaster, in advance, that he would be going to the bash, “come in.”
He said that his model wife, said: “this evening is a great night to come out of the closet.”
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Rod Stewart revealed that he has secretly battled prostate cancer for three years. Ronnie Wood of the Rolling Stones, and was with him when he made the announcement.
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The rocker told the crowd: “no, No, it’s not what you think it is. Two years ago I was diagnosed with prostate cancer.”
Wood, who has battled lung cancer, reached out to comfort him, ” he continued, “no one knows this, but I thought this was about the time I shared with anyone else. I’m in the clear now, just because I started it at the beginning. I’ve had a lot of tests.
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“Boy, you really have to go to the doctor.”
He added: “the Finger in the bum, no harm will be done.”
Stewart went on to say that he believed that the lord was looking out for him, as well as Wood, 72, agreed, saying, “Somebody up there likes us, Red.”
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The event will raise money for the Prostate Project and the European Tour Foundation, and was held at the Wentworth Club in Surrey.
This article was originally published in The Sun.