Ex-Rolling Stone Bill Wyman diagnosed with prostate cancer

Former Rolling Stone bass player Bill Wyman

This is Saturday, March 5, 2016 file photo of former Rolling Stone bass player Bill Wyman, 2nd left, Suzanne Accosta, left, Jeanne Marine, 2nd right, and Bob Geldof as they arrive at St Bride's Church for the celebration ceremony of the wedding of Rupert Murdoch and Jerry Hall in London.

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