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Terry Wogan ‘said he had bad back’ before death – ‘I didn’t know he was secretly ill’


When prostate cancer grows large enough, it will put pressure on the urethra, the tube from the bladder to the penis.

This can cause symptoms like difficulty in starting to pee, needing to rush to the toilet, and a weak urine flow.

Talking about cancer can be helpful, according to Macmillan Cancer Support.

“If you feel someone else understands cares, and is there for you, it may reassure you that you are not going through difficult times alone,” states Macmillan.

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