Ally, 62, had radiotherapy and hormone therapy. He talks about how he dealt with the radiotherapy treatment. He also talks about how he stayed close to his wife, even though their sex life has changed whilst having radiotherapy and hormone therapy.

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Having radiotherapy: Ally's story

It is absolutely 100% and more that you stay positive.

Sex and prostate cancer: Ally's story

It is absolutely important that you talk about it. It isn’t something that you can just brush to one side and sweep it under the carpet or bury because it’s not going to go away.

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Phil Kissi MBE's story

I was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2006. I visited my GP after watching a television programme about prostate cancer and thought I could be at risk after learning that African Caribbean men are three times more likely to be diagnosed with the disease than white men.

I didn't have any symptoms but I knew a couple of test results were a bit concerning. I had a biopsy and it turned out I had early stage, aggressive prostate cancer.

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