BBC News: Comedian Jimmy Tarbuck reveals prostate cancer diagnosis
Thursday, 20th February 2020
Comedian Jimmy Tarbuck has revealed he has been diagnosed with prostate cancer.
The veteran Liverpudlian comic told ITV's Good Morning Britain he would "try and beat it".
Tarbuck said he received the diagnosis the day after his 80th birthday earlier this month.
"Right now I feel great. I'm on the telly and I'm having a good time," he said, adding that the cancer had not spread.
He was inspired to get checked by Sir Rod Stewart, who announced in September that he had received treatment for prostate cancer.
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