Andy Goram: Rangers legend given six months to live after cancer diagnosis The former Scotland international Andy Goram, who started to feel ill seven weeks ago and lost 4st in four weeks, said he thought he had "severe indigestion" at first. He contacted his GP when the pain became unbearable and was sent to hospital for scans.
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