Rod Stewart has revealed that he's been successfully treated for prostate cancer after a three-year fight.
The 74-year-old British music legend - whose countless hits include "Maggie May" and "I Don't Want To Talk About It" - talked about his illness at a fundraising event in England for the Prostate Project over the weekend.
Stewart told the crowd he was diagnosed during a routine check up in 2016 - and was given the all-clear in July of this year.
The rock star is urging other men to get regular check-ups.
The World Health Organization says prostate cancer is the fourth most common type of cancer in the world, with some 1.3 million cases in 2018.
Rod Stewart discloses successful treatment for prostate cancer
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