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Paul Hogan left 'feeble' by debilitating health issues

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Crocodile Dundee icon Paul Hogan has opened up about his debilitating health issues. In an interview for Australia's A Current Affair, the 83-year-old actor revealed that he has been diagnosed with retroperitoneal fibrosis, a rare inflammatory disorder, and a benign tumour that has wrapped around his abdominal aorta.

Hogan, who lives in Los Angeles with his 24-year-old son Chance, also recently had a pacemaker implanted and claims he is now too weak to open a jar. "I've lost all my body fat and the muscles all shrank and the strength has come back because it left me feeble.

I get Chance to open jars for me," he revealed. "Quite a few of my friends on diets hate me for it because I try and eat everything fatty and lardy you can think of.

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