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Ex-Scotland wing Kenny Logan breaks silence on cancer diagnosis

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Former Scotland winger Kenny Logan has revealed he has been treated for prostate cancer. The 50-year-old said the diagnosis had come out of the blue and he had surgery earlier this year. Speaking to BBC Breakfast, he recalled: “I got a wellness check and sat down with the guy. He said to me: ‘Everything’s fine, your hormones are fine but your prostate is high’.


“I got checked and very quickly, within three or four months, I had biopsies. There was something there but we would just keep an eye on it.

“This year, on February 7, I was diagnosed with prostate cancer which was a huge shock. I ended up deciding to take it out so I’m three months since the operation, had the prostate out and I’m probably 95 per cent back to normal.

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“It was hard because when you are told you have got cancer… I didn’t see it coming. No symptoms whatsoever.”


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