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    THERE are around 10,300 new cases of bladder cancer every year in the UK, equating to around 28 cases each day. It's the eleventh most common cancer in the country, so it's key that you know the signs and symptoms to look out for. 1If you experience blood in your urine or you have a change in toilet habits then it could be a sign of bladder cancerCredit: Getty - Contributor Experts at Cancer Research UK said one of the main symptoms of the illness is noticeable when you pee. Medics explained: "The main symptom of bladder cancer is blood in your urine. This is the same for both men and women. "Bladder cancer can also cause problems with passing urine." They added that doctors refer to blood in the urine as haematuria (pronounced heem-at-you-ree-ah). Read more on bladder cancer LEG up The warning signs in your legs that could mean you have bladder cancer revealed You might see blood in your pee which will usually look bright red. In some cases it might be such small amounts that you...
    A WOMAN wakes up five times a night desperate for the toilet but can't wee on her own due to a rare condition. Elle Adams woke up two years ago to find she couldn't go to the toilet despite having no problems with her bladder. 2Elle Adams suffers with a condition which means she struggle to wee by herselfCredit: Instagram 2She was first submitted to hospital in 2020Credit: Instagram The 29-year-old carried on with her day and tried to forget about it - but found she struggled all day and needed medical help. Elle went to A&E in 2020 where she had a scan which showed doctors she had 800ml of liquid in her bladder. The content creator was given an emergency catheter in the hope it would drain some urine from her bladder. And after four hours she was given two options - take the catheter out and try to use the toilet or go home and return in three weeks. read more in uk news 'RECCE TO KILL' Moment 'burglar who tortured OAP to death scopes out home...
    MANY of us assume we know the symptoms of cancer. But some signs might not be quite as obvious as you might expect. 1The cruel disease kills around half of all those who have it, according to a charityCredit: Getty Bladder cancer is one of the most common cancers in the UK, with over 20,500 Brits diagnosed each year. The deadly condition is more common in older adults, with most new cases diagnosed in people aged 60 and above. Because the symptoms can be quite vague around quarter of all cases are diagnosed at a late stage, particularly in women. The cruel disease kills around half of all those who have it, according to charity Action Bladder Cancer UK. Read more on cancerVITAL CHECK Revolutionary AI scanner could transform treatment for cancer patientsASK DR ZOE From IBS to bowel cancer - Dr Zoe Williams answers your questions When it comes to cancer, catching it early is vital to increase chances of survival. And bladder cancer is no different. In fact, there are very few treatments to help with...
    Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback, Terry Bradshaw, has shared he has been diagnosed with cancer twice over the last year.  The Fox NFL Sunday co-host and football favorite concerned fans during an appearance on the show last week and has now revealed he has endured bladder and skin cancer.    'Last week on this show, I ran out of breath, and Howie (Long) helped me up, and a lot of people are asking what's wrong with me, what's happened to me physically,' Bradshaw said on Sunday's NFL pregame show.  'I just want to address it and let you know what has happened in my life. In November, I was diagnosed with bladder cancer.  'I went to the Yale University Medical Center – surgery, treatment. As of today, I am bladder-cancer free. That's the good news. 'Then in March, feeling good. I had a bad neck. I get an MRI. Now we find a tumor in my left neck.  Terry Bradshaw has shared he has been diagnosed with cancer twice over the last year During today's show, Terry Bradshaw shared that...
    IF it's a little bit tender when you go for a tinkle, then there are several things you need to consider. It could be a burning sensation or it might just feel a little bit uncomfortable when you're urinating - here's everything you need to know about why it might be painful to pee. 1There are many reasons why it might be painful to be - and if you're struggling then you should see a pharmacist or your doctor Most adults pass between 800 to 2,000 millilitres of fluid a day if they have a recommended minimum fluid intake of about 2 litres. Visiting the toilet between six and eight times in every 24-hour period is standard territory. Dr Shree Datta, consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist at MyHealthcare Clinic in London said that the frequency of passing urine obviously depends on how much you drink. She explained: "If you are drinking lots of water, and other fluids – particularly caffeinated drinks – it’s not unreasonable to have to empty your bladder every one or two hours. “I would always advise having a clear white...
    BLOOD in your urine is not something to brush under the carpet. It could be absolutely nothing, but is unusual and so is worth at least keeping an eye on. 1Looking out for key signs in your urine could help get ahead of a diagnosisCredit: Getty - Contributor Spotting blood in your pee could be a sign of something wrong with an organ. It can be a sign of cancer in your bladder, prostate or kidney and so is always worth mentioning to an expert. People who are on certain medication could see it more regularly, with it being no cause for concern. But regardless, if you see it in the loo, you need to double check it with a doctor. Dr Richard Viney, Consultant urologist at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, said: "Blood in the urine is a significant observation and should always be investigated. "Where the bleeding is associated with pain the causes are usually infection or stones in the urinary tract. Most read in WellbeingUN-PEA-LIEVABLE I used to struggle to sleep but frozen pea...
    Tracey Emin has said that 'love' rather than art saved her following her bladder cancer battle after revealing she 6'fell' for someone shortly before her diagnosis.  The artist, 58, who was given the all-clear from bladder cancer eight months ago, appeared on BBC Radio 4's Cultural Life and told host Wilson that she was diagnosed last year when she was at her happiest. Speaking of last year when she had fallen in love, Emin said: 'Every time in my life I say "I'm so happy" something awful has happened. I was sitting on my roof, with my feet cocked up on the slates, and I thought, "God, I'm so happy". Then a few weeks later I'm diagnosed with almost terminal cancer.'  'Love saved me this time, not art. I fell in love just before I found out I had cancer. I made a neon once which said "everything is different when you fall in love." It is, the rain is different, the wind is different....everything is much more heightened. You see colours more intense, you feel everything.'  The 58-year-old was diagnosed early last year...
    A DOCTOR was given a devastating terminal cancer diagnosis after her symptoms were mistaken for a bladder infection. Dr Nadia Chaudhri, a neuroscientist in Canada, is urging others not to “dismiss their pain” or put off seeing their GP. 2Dr Nadia Chaudhri has been sharing her cancer journey on TwitterCredit: Twitter @DrNadiaChaudhri She herself had assumed her extreme tiredness was just a result of the Covid pandemic, despite also suffering bloating and pain in her stomach. But the mum-of-one, 43, would soon receive a devastating diagnosis of ovarian cancer.  One of the five gynaecological cancers, ovarian cancer is more typically seen in women over 50 years old. Its main symptoms - often confused for conditions like IBS - are bloating, a swollen tummy, feeling full quickly, needing to wee more often and discomfort in the tummy or pelvic area. Dr Chaudhri has been documenting her journey through the disease on Twitter, gaining more than 100,000 followers moved by her story.  In a viral tweet published Monday, the brave doctor explained how the warning signs of her cancer had been missed....
    A LITTLE niggle there and a bit of blood there - it’s common for women to have occasional problems in their private parts. But some symptoms such as in the vagina, abdomen and pevlic should never be ignored because they could be something sinister. 2Don't ignore symptoms such as bloating, abnormal bleeding or pain in the pelvicCredit: Alamy After the Covid pandemic, there are worries that many women are living with undiagnosed conditions. For example, cervical cancer screening rates fell during lockdowns. As society moves back into a more normal way of life, many more are now seeking help for problems they may have previously ignored or struggle to see a doctor for. Data suggests women have been harder hit by the NHS backlog caused by the Covid pandemic due to increased demand for gynaecology appointments. The number waiting to see a gynaecologist has shot up 34 per cent in the last year, the Telegraph reported. Some 380,000 women were waiting to be seen in April 2021 - up from 286,000 the year prior. Common gynaecological conditions include endometriosis, urinary incontinence...
    Lawyers for suspected serial killer Robert Durst, the subject of an Emmy-award winning six-part HBO crime documentary, have filed an emergency motion to postpone his murder trial over health issues including bladder cancer, CNN reported. The scion of a wealthy New York real estate family, Durst, 78, is charged with murdering his friend Susan Berman in 2000 because of what she might have known about the disappearance of his wife Kathleen two decades earlier. Prosecutors say that during filming of the documentary "The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst," he unwittingly confessed to three murders: of his wife, Berman, and a neighbor in Galveston, Texas, Morris Black. Durst was arrested over Bermans murder the day before the final episode was broadcast in March 2015. He had already been acquitted of Blacks murder in a previous trial, and has never been charged over the disappearance of his wife. He has pleaded not guilty in the Berman case, and his lawyers have called the documentary heavily edited and "deviously misleading." The trial is set to resume next week following a...
    Robert Durst has bladder cancer, his lawyers have revealed in a motion seeking to delay his murder trial. The real estate heir, 78, who was the subject of the true crime series The Jinx, is suffering from a 'myriad of life-threatening health issues', his attorneys claim. They filed an emergency motion requesting he be released on bail into an outside medical facility. Robert Durst has bladder cancer, his lawyers have revealed in a motion seeking to delay his murder trial Durst's attorneys filed an emergency motion to Judge Mark Windham (pictured) requesting he be released on bail into an outside medical facility Lawyer Dick DeGuerin told CNN: 'We are very concerned about his health. He's really gone down in the last year. He's been in and out of clinics and hospitals frequently.' Durst's trial for the killing of his best friend Susan Berman in 2000 is due to recommence on Monday after a year-long break caused by the pandemic. But his lawyers claim a criminal trial is 'grueling for a healthy individual, let alone a 78-year-old man with serious...
    Robert Durst has bladder cancer, his lawyers revealed in a Thursday motion seeking to delay the resumption of the real-estate scion’s murder trial, a new report said. In addition to cancer, Durst is suffering from a "myriad of life-threatening health issues," his attorney’s wrote in the emergency motion that requests the 78-year-old be released on bail into an outside medical facility, CNN reported. "We are very concerned about his health," Durst’s lawyer Dick DeGuerin told the network. "He’s really gone down in the last year. He’s been in and out of clinics and hospitals frequently," DeGuerin said. GEORGIA MAN ARRESTED AFTER ALLEGEDLY DRILLING HOLE IN U-HAUL TRUCK TO STEAL FUEL, POLICE SAY Durst’s trial for the slaying of his best friend Susan Berman over two decades ago is set to start up again Monday following a yearlong break due to COVID-19. In the motion, Durst’s lawyers say a criminal trial is "grueling for a healthy individual, let alone a 78-year-old man with serious health conditions." Ailments Durst is suffering from, according to the motion, include, "bladder cancer, prior esophageal cancer,...
    More On: robert durst Robert Durst’s murder trial set to resume after yearlong COVID delay Robert Durst murder trial moving to larger courtroom for social distancing Lawyer for Kathie Durst’s family sues Durst Organization for defamation Robert Durst’s LA murder trial is on hold due to coronavirus outbreak Robert Durst has bladder cancer, his lawyers revealed in a Thursday motion seeking to delay the resumption of the real-estate scion’s murder trial, a new report said. In addition to cancer, Durst is suffering from a “myriad of life-threatening health issues,” his attorney’s wrote in the emergency motion that requests the 78-year-old be released on bail into an outside medical facility, CNN reported. “We are very concerned about his health,” Durst’s lawyer Dick DeGuerin told the network. “He’s really gone down in the last year. He’s been in and out of clinics and hospitals frequently,” DeGuerin said. Durst’s trial for the slaying of his best friend Susan Berman over two decades ago is set to start up again Monday following a yearlong break due to COVID-19. In the motion, Durst’s lawyers...
    (CNN)Robert Durst, the subject of the HBO crime documentary "The Jinx," has bladder cancer that is not being treated, Durst's attorneys told CNN Thursday. Due to a "myriad of life-threatening health issues," Durst's legal team filed an emergency motion asking for his murder trial not to resume on Monday."We are very concerned about his health," Durst's attorney Dick DeGuerin said. "He's really gone down in the last year. He's been in and out of clinics and hospitals frequently." Durst, heir to a New York real estate empire, was present at his most recent court hearing on March 17.Robert Dursts murder trial will resume on May 17 in Los AngelesThe defendant looked frail and wore a green medical mask over his face, one strap dangling below his chin. Durst spoke briefly in a high, thin voice, much weaker than when he was last heard in court.Read MoreCiting Durst's physical incompetence, Durst's attorneys in the latest motion requested a release on bail. The LA County Sheriff confirmed to CNN that Durst is still being held in the Twin Towers correctional facility in...
    Bladder cancer patients should be given a shorter, more intense course of radiotherapy, say researchers, because it lowers the risk of the disease returning by 29 per cent. Researchers at The Institute of Cancer Research and the University of Manchester analysed data from two previous clinical trials on radiotherapy treatments. They found that giving fewer but larger doses of radiation not only reduces the risk of the disease returning, but involves fewer hospital visits - reducing Covid-19 risks. Best of all, fewer doses - resulting in 12 fewer trips to hospital - didn't lead to any increase in side effects compared with those having more, but lower doses of radiation. The authors recommend a shorter course of radiotherapy but with higher individual doses of radiation should be adopted as standard practice in the NHS. Researchers at The Institute of Cancer Research and the University of Manchester analysed data from two previous clinical trials on radiotherapy treatments. Stock imageWHAT IS BLADDER CANCER?Bladder cancer is caused by a tumour developing in the lining of the bladder or the organ's muscle. Around...
    TAKING three aspirin pills a week can slash the risk of dying from breast and bladder cancers, say researchers. Tests suggest the drug combats inflammatory processes in the diseases. 1Aspirin helps boost cancer survival rates, researchers sayCredit: Getty - Contributor But its long-term use can have harmful side- effects, experts warned. They studied 140,000 US adults, mostly over 65, for up to 13 years. Those with breast cancer who took aspirin at least three times a week were a quarter less likely to die. Survival rates for bladder tumour patients were boosted by a third. Any aspirin use cut the risk of death by 21 and 25 per cent compared to those who never had it. Most read in Health NewsBreakingJET-SET ARRESTCapitol rioter who flew to siege on private jet from TX is arrested by FBIMAGNATE TRAGEDYSweet’N Low CEO 'jumps to his death at 89 after struggle with Parkinson’s'GUN A RUNNER NRA files for bankruptcy and plans to move from New York to TexasEMERGENCY ACTIONMaryland Gov Larry Hogan declares a State of Emergency for inaugurationBRACED FOR VIOLENCEHigh alert for...
    Taking aspirin every other day slashes the risk of dying from breast or bladder cancer by up to a third, a new study claims.  The 'wonderpill' is already taken by millions of Brits to protect against heart disease.  Now, researchers have revealed that aspirin can also improve survival rates for some cancers, including bladder and breast.     Based on the findings, the researchers are calling for further population-based evidence to shed light on the potential protective effects of aspirin.  Taking aspirin every other day slashes the risk of dying from breast cancer by a quarter, a new study claims WHAT IS ASPIRIN? Aspirin is an everyday painkiller for aches and pains such as headache, toothache and period pain.  It can also be used to treat colds and "flu-like" symptoms, and to bring down a high temperature. It is also known as acetylsalicylic acid. Aspirin is also available combined with other ingredients in some cold and flu remedies. You can buy most types of aspirin from pharmacies, shops and supermarkets. Some types are only available on prescription. It comes as tablets or...
    Country singer Doug Supernaw, best known for his '90s hits "Reno" and "I Don't Call Him Daddy," has died. He was 60. The musician's death was announced on Friday by his record label. "It is with great sadness that we annnounce the passing of Gold Record Country Artist, Doug Supernaw," B&G Records said in a statement. The country star was diagnosed with advanced stage 4 lung and bladder cancer in 2019. Supernaw began an "aggressive treatment schedule with the hopes of shrinking his numerous cancer cells," his label said. "Fighting the good fight for almost two years, Doug's cancer had spread to his brain and spine, and he was placed in Hospice care in October 2020," the statement continued. STAGEHAND FALLS TO DEATH INSIDE BROADWAY THEATER: REPORT Doug Supernaw, best known for '90s hit 'Reno' died on Friday. He was 60. Photographed here from left to right is Supernaw, Cybill SHepherd and Aaron Tippin at the 30th annual Academy of Country Music Awards in Universal City, Calif. (Ron Galella, Ltd./Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images) He died on Friday...
    COUNTRY singer Doug Supernaw has died at the age of 60. Doug, a 90s superstar best known for hits Reno and I Don't Call Him Daddy, died peacefully at hs home in Texas on November 13. 2 He had been battling stage four lung and bladder cancer, and in October revealed he was living in a hospice and his cancer had spread to his spine and brain. "It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Doug Supernaw," a statement on his Facebook page read. "He is survived by his third wife, his children, and his grandchildren." Reno hit number four in the charts before he released the classic country track I Don’t Call Him Daddy, which tells the story of a young boy telling his father he doesn't call his mom's new love his father. 2 The song was nominated for Song of the Year at the American Country Music awards, and Doug was also nominated for Top New Male Vocalist. In recent years he began performing again, including at the CMA Music Festival in Nashville. Most read...
    Florida officials stop attempt to register dead people in Broward County The best old-school Italian restaurants in America John Daly talks about his shagadelic pants, bladder cancer after tying for lead at TimberTech Championship BOCA RATON, Fla. — Sometime Saturday morning, before John Daly arrives at The Old Course at Broken Sound, the enigmatic and eccentric golfer will stand in front one his closets in his RV and decide which one of the 300 or so pants he travels with to wear. © Provided by Golfweek Timber Tech Championship First, Daly said, he will pull out a shirt and then choose a matching pair of slacks. “What’s great about this stuff is you can dress in the dark because you’re pretty much going to match any shirt,” he said Friday after shooting an 8-under 64 to share the first-round lead with Jim Furyk at the TimberTech Championship. Daly, who holds a lead for just the second time during a tournament since joining the PGA Tour Champions in 2016, went with a psychedelic pattern of exploding lime greens, purples, yellows and pinks...
    BOCA RATON, Fla. (AP) — Playing his fourth event since revealing he’s fighting bladder cancer, John Daly shot an 8-under 64 on Friday for a share of the lead with Jim Furyk in the PGA Tour Champions' TimberTech Champions. Daly had his lowest score in his five-year career on the 50-and-over tour. The two-time major champion won his lone Champions title in 2017 in Houston. “Just tired all the time, just something the doc told me I’d be,” Daly said. “Trying to drink the right stuff, but it’s hard to take Diet Coke away from me. I was proud of myself, I only smoked six cigarettes today. Usually I smoke about a pack and a half.” Daly eagled the par-5 18th — hitting a 7-iron to 12 feet — for a first-nine 31 on The Old Course at Broken Sound. He finished the round with a bogey on the par-4 ninth. “I just hit it really good,” Daly said. “The bad drives that I did hit, I could find it, hit it. I just putted really, really good. ... The...
    BOCA RATON, Fla. (AP) — Playing his fourth event since revealing he’s fighting bladder cancer, John Daly shot an 8-under 64 on Friday for a share of the lead with Jim Furyk in the PGA Tour Champions’ TimberTech Champions. Daly had his lowest score in his five-year career on the 50-and-over tour. The two-time major champion won his lone Champions title in 2017 in Houston. “Just tired all the time, just something the doc told me I’d be,” Daly said. “Trying to drink the right stuff, but it’s hard to take Diet Coke away from me. I was proud of myself, I only smoked six cigarettes today. Usually I smoke about a pack and a half.” Daly eagled the par-5 18th — hitting a 7-iron to 12 feet — for a first-nine 31 on The Old Course at Broken Sound. He finished the round with a bogey on the par-4 ninth. “I just hit it really good,” Daly said. “The bad drives that I did hit, I could find it, hit it. I just putted really, really good. … The...
    ARTIST Tracey Emin has revealed her secret cancer battle - and says she "hopes to make it past Christmas". The 57-year-old was diagnosed with squamous cell cancer after finding a large tumour in her bladder. 4Tracey Emin has been battling cancerCredit: Getty - Contributor She feared death when doctors told her she wouldn't see the end of the year if they found cancer in her lymph nodes during surgery. ‘Tracey told The Times: "Surgeons said 'so we’re going to remove your bladder and we’re going to remove your uterus, your fallopian tubes, your ovaries, your lymph nodes, part of your colon, your urethra.’ "I said to him, ‘Oh my God, anything else?’ And he said, ‘Yes, part of your vagina.’ And I went, ‘Oh f***ing hell.’ ” She now has a stoma bag fitted after surgeons removed part of her vagina to save her life. 4The 57-year-old had a large tumour in her bladderCredit: Getty - Contributor Tracey is best known for works such as her unmade bed and the tent Everyone I Have Ever Slept With. She was...
    LONDON (AP) — British artist Tracey Emin says she was diagnosed with cancer earlier this year and is in remission after an operation. In an interview published Wednesday, Emin told the website Artnet that a malignant tumor was discovered on her bladder in the spring. She said she had surgery in the summer in which many of her reproductive organs were removed and she was fitted with a stoma bag. The 57-year-old artist said that at the time the tumor was discovered, she was working on a painting of a malignant lump. “It’s exactly the same as my bladder with the tumor in it, before I knew I had the cancer – it’s brilliant!” she told Artnet. A member of the “Young British Artists” movement that shook up the art world in the 1990s, Emin is renowned for self-revealing works including “My Bed” — a mess of disheveled sheets, empty vodka bottles, cigarette butts and discarded condoms — and “Everyone I Have Ever Slept With.” Emin, who has a show of new work opening in Brussels this week, said...
    Reviewed Emily Henderson, B.Sc.September 14 2020 Systematic study and meta-analysis by USC Geck Medicine show that patients who have been treated for cancer of the bladder through surgery called acute cystectomy may have worse outcomes if they are smokers. The study appeared Kidney Magazine. This study is important because although it is known that tobacco smoking is the leading cause of bladder cancer, this is the first study to suggest that smoking puts bladder cancer patients at risk after diagnosis. Giovanni Kasiyamani, MD, Lead Professor of Research and Assistant Professor of Research Kidney, USC Cake School of Medicine Worldwide, more than 500,000 cases of bladder cancer are diagnosed each year. When the cancer is large or has spread beyond the bladder, patients are treated with chemotherapy followed by an intensive cystectomy, which involves surgical removal of the bladder, nearby lymph nodes, and surrounding organs. Kasiamani and fellow Czech medical researchers searched the database to select 17 studies that reported on the chemotherapy response of 13,777 patients following acute cystectomy and the impact of tobacco smoking on the survival effects of...
    This innovative farm grows more than just fresh produce McDonalds Travis Scott campaign is a brilliant marketing ploy that creates massive buzz — without adding a single menu item After John Daly reveals cancer, his son wins junior event In what was an emotional week for John Daly and his family, Daly’s son, Little John, ended it was a victory. © Provided by Golf Channel Daly II won the International Junior Golf Tour’s Fall Kickoff event at Bishops Gate Golf Academy in Howey-in-the-Hills, Florida, on Sunday. The 16-year-old Class of 2021 golfer birdied his final hole to shoot 4-under 68 and finish the 54-hole tournament at 12 under, a shot clear of Filip Jakubcik. The triumph came just days after the 54-year-old Daly publicly revealed that he had been diagnosed with bladder cancer and that he underwent a procedure last month to remove the cancer. Daly added that doctors told him there was an “85% chance it comes back.” 'Maybe there's a miracle': John Daly reveals bladder cancer diagnosis Daly was informed of Little John’s win after he tied for...
    Pro golfer John Daly revealed he has been diagnosed with bladder cancer. The two-time major winner has undergone a procedure to have the cancer removed, according to an interview published Thursday by the Golf Channel. Daly claimed that, despite the surgery, there is still a high chance the cancer could return. Hey All, thank you all so much for all the love, texts, msgs & support thru this! It’s all still shocking for me but know I’ll do what I have in me to beat this! My whole life I’ve beaten the odds, so it’s NOT time to stop now! Ready for 2020 to be fkn over! #gripitandripityall — John Daly (@PGA_JohnDaly) September 11, 2020 “[The doctor] said there’s an 85 percent chance it comes back,” Daly told the outlet. “I’ve got to go back and see him in three months. They will probably have to cut it out again. It’s probably going to come back, and then another three months that you don’t know.” “Luckily for me they caught it early, but bladder cancer is something that I...
    Eccentric pro golfer John Daly revealed Thursday he was diagnosed with bladder cancer and had a procedure to remove the disease. Daly made the revelation in an interview with the GOLF Channel. He said his doctor told him there was an “85 percent chance it comes back.” BROOKS KOEPKA OUT OF US OPEN WITH LINGERING INJURY “So I’ve got to go back and see him in three months. They will probably have to cut it out again,” Daly told the network. “It’s probably going to come back, and then another three months that you don’t know. You just don’t know. “Luckily for me they caught it early, but bladder cancer is something that I don’t know all the details. But it doesn’t look like it may go away. We will just see what happens. Maybe there’s a miracle. ... I’m cutting way, way back on the Diet Coke and counting minutes before I can have a cigarette. I’m trying to quit smoking. The doctors aren’t saying it’s too late. Unfortunately, it’s a cancer that keeps coming back. But I’m going...
    Two-time major winner John Daly said on Thursday he has been diagnosed with bladder cancer and that while it was caught early he may need further surgery if it returns. The 54-year-old American told Golf Channel the cancer was discovered during an appointment related to kidney stones. “(The doctor said) it doesn’t look like any stones are in there. But unfortunately, you have bladder cancer,” Daly said. “After I did the CT I was fixing to sip on my Diet Coke I got from McDonald’s and he said, ‘Don’t drink anything. We have to get you back in here and get this cancer out of you.’” Daly underwent surgery to remove the cancer but said there was an 85% chance it could return, which would require more surgery. “Luckily for me they caught it early, but bladder cancer is something that I don’t know all the details,” he said. “But it doesn’t look like it may go away. We will just see what happens. Maybe there’s a miracle.” John DalyPGA TOUR Daly told the website that he plans on changing...
    Two-time golf major winner John Daly - who used to smoke 40 cigarettes and drink 28 Diet Cokes a day - has been diagnosed with bladder cancer. Though Daly underwent successful surgery, he says there is 'an 85 per cent chance it comes back', leaving him hoping for a 'miracle'. The 54-year-old American, who won the 1991 PGA Championship and the 1995 Open at St Andrews, is well known for puffing away on a cigarette out on the course.  American golfer John Daly, 54, who formerly smoked 40 cigarettes a day as well as drinking 28 Diet Cokes, has been diagnosed with bladder cancer Daly sips on a drink during a tournament last year - he said he drinks 28 Diet Cokes each day Daly was diagnosed with the cancer during an appointment to look for kidney stones RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Four-time major winner Brooks Koepka pulls out of next... England's top female golfer Charley Hull to miss second... Dustin Johnson claims FedEx Cup title to scoop HUGE...
    (CNN)Two-time major winner John Daly has revealed he's been diagnosed with bladder cancer.The 54-year-old underwent a procedure to remove the cancer, but said there is a high probability of it returning."[The doctor] said there's an 85 percent chance it comes back," Daly told the Golf Channel. "I've got to go back and see him in three months. They will probably have to cut it out again. It's probably going to come back, and then another three months that you don't know. "Luckily for me they caught it early, but bladder cancer is something that I don't know all the details. But it doesn't look like it may go away. We will just see what happens. Maybe there's a miracle."Daly had been suffering with kidney stones and back pains recently and said these issues forced him to retire from the Charles Schwab Series last month and return to the doctor.Read More"[The urologist said] it doesn't look like any stones are in there," he said. "But unfortunately, you have bladder cancer."After I did the CT [scan] I was fixing to sip on...
    This father drove through flames to find his son This Popular Grocery Chain Is Adding Pickup Service to 480 Stores Daly diagnosed with bladder cancer (Reuters) - Two-time major winner John Daly said on Thursday he has been diagnosed with bladder cancer and that while it was caught early he may need further surgery if it returns. © Reuters/Peter Casey PGA: PGA Championship - First Round The 54-year-old American told Golf Channel the cancer was discovered during an appointment related to kidney stones. "(The doctor said) it doesn't look like any stones are in there. But unfortunately, you have bladder cancer," Daly said. "After I did the CT I was fixing to sip on my Diet Coke I got from McDonald's and he said, 'Don't drink anything. We have to get you back in here and get this cancer out of you.'" Daly underwent surgery to remove the cancer but said there was an 85% chance it could return, which would require more surgery. "Luckily for me they caught it early, but bladder cancer is something that I...
    This father drove through flames to find his son This Popular Grocery Chain Is Adding Pickup Service to 480 Stores John Daly sends message to fans after bladder cancer diagnosis John Daly sent a message to his fans via Twitter on Thursday after news of his bladder cancer diagnosis went public. © Peter Casey-USA TODAY Sports John Daly sent a message to his fans via Twitter on Thursday after news of his bladder cancer diagnosis went public. Daly revealed to Golf Channel on an episode of PGA Tour Champions Learning Center set to air Monday that he has been diagnosed with bladder cancer. The diagnosis came about Daly met with a urologist about kidney stones and back pain he was experiencing. After he passed the stones, he was informed of the much worse cancer diagnosis. The 54-year-old golfer has since endured one operation to remove the cancer but is facing the likely recurrence of the cancer and subsequent surgeries. Hey All, thank you all so much for all the love, texts, msgs & support thru this! It’s all still...
    Im a Muslim US Marine and I served on 9/11 (Opinion) The Classic Comfort Food Youll See More of at Chain Restaurants Report: John Daly diagnosed with bladder cancer John Daly has been diagnosed with bladder cancer, according to a report from the Golf Channel. © Provided by Golfweek On an episode of Golf Channel’s “PGA Tour Champions Learning Center,” the 54-year-old revealed he underwent a procedure to remove the aggressive cancer. Although the procedure was successful, Golf Channel reported Daly said there is still a possibility of recurrence. “(My urologist) said there’s an 85 percent chance it comes back. So I’ve got to go back and see him in three months. They will probably have to cut it out again,” Daly said, according to Golf Channel. “It’s probably going to come back, and then another three months that you don’t know. You just don’t know. “Luckily for me, they caught it early, but bladder cancer is something that I don’t know all the details. But it doesn’t look like it may go away. We will just see what...
    University of Missouri chancellor blocks students tweeting about lack of COVID protections The Classic Comfort Food Youll See More of at Chain Restaurants Maybe theres a miracle: John Daly reveals bladder cancer diagnosis Two-time major champion John Daly revealed that he has been diagnosed with bladder cancer, but remains upbeat about his prognosis and potential recovery. © Provided by Golf Channel Speaking to Golf Channel on an episode of PGA Tour Champions Learning Center, the 54-year-old revealed that he had been battling kidney stones and back pain in recent weeks, ailments that led him to withdraw from last month's Charles Schwab Series event in Missouri after two rounds. But after consulting with doctors, it was determined that the kidney stones had passed and that he now faced a more daunting condition. "(The urologist said) it doesn't look like any stones are in there. But unfortunately, you have bladder cancer," Daly said. "After I did the CT (scan) I was fixing to sip on my Diet Coke and he said, 'Don't drink anything. We have to get you back in...
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