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I lost my husband to prostate cancer five years
ago. Although Graham was going to the toilet more frequently and
especially in the night, neither of us realised that this
could be a potential sign of prostate cancer. We also did not
know about the PSA blood test, used to diagnose a problem with the
Graham eventually discovered that he had prostate cancer in 2004
after being hospitalised for a blood clot. We were told that his
cancer was at an advanced stage and had spread to his bones. Graham
was put on hormone therapy but three and a half years after he was
diagnosed, Graham died, aged 62.