Rangers icon Andy Goram provides devastating cancer update as he has weeks to live
Rangers legend Andy Goram has revealed doctors have given him just weeks to live, in a heartbreaking update on his battle with cancer.
The 58-year-old was rushed to hospital a few weeks ago after falling ill at his Coatbridge home, and had just six months to live, after being diagnosed with prostate cancer. the esophagus.
However, they have now given her between four and six weeks, with the cancer spreading faster than previously thought.
‘The Goalkeeper’ says he turned a corner on Tuesday and was taken to Wishaw General, where it was confirmed the disease had spread to his lymph nodes. Her neck and left arm were badly swollen.
Rangers idol Goram, who also played for Motherwell and Manchester United during a stellar career, will be transferred to Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Center on Monday, fitted with a protective mask, and will undergo radiotherapy the following day.
Goram also revealed he will be taken to St Andrew’s Hospice in Airdrie for his end-of-life care.
He told the Daily Record: “The cancer has spread much faster than anyone thought.
“I felt really bad and in terrible pain on Tuesday and needed an ambulance to take me back to hospital.
“Tests confirmed the cancer was now in my lymph nodes and was spreading rapidly.
“My specialist recommended radiotherapy to me. I decided to follow his professional advice. I said from the start that I will fight until D-Day.
“If this radiotherapy on Tuesday and my follow-up treatment prolong my life, I will be able to see more of my family, friends and ex-teammates.
“It will give me the chance to spend more time with my two grandchildren. That’s the goal.”
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