The TV doc tells People magazine that last July he "quietly" underwent surgery to remove his prostate. He reportedly told only a small circle of friends and colleagues, returned to work in 10 days, and has made a complete recovery. And as someone who gives out sex advice, Drew has no problem talking about how things are functioning in his bedroom. "I'm cancer-free," he says. "The erectile function is normal, sex drive is normal, bladder works normally. And I don't have to worry about prostate cancer."