Golf major winner, John Daly diagnosed with bladder cancer

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Two-time golf major winner, John Daly has revealed that he has been diagnosed with bladder cancer.

The veteran American PGA and Champions Tour golfer, 54, told Golf Channel that he received the diagnosis during a doctor visit after battling kidney stones.

He did a CT with iodine,” Daly said. “They could see everything, said the kidneys are OK, looks like you passed a bunch, doesn’t look like any stones are in there. But unfortunately, you have bladder cancer.

After I did the CT, I was fixing to sip on a Diet Coke and he said, ‘Don’t drink anything. You need to get back in here and get this cancer out of you.’”

Daly said that doctors were able to remove the cancer, but they revealed to him that it would return back.

He got it, but he said there’s an 85 percent chance it comes back,” Daly continued. “So 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. 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 about it. But it doesn’t look like it may go away. We will just see what happens. Maybe there’s a miracle.

After revealing the diagnosis, Daly thanked fans on Twitter for their encouragement and support.

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