I was treated for advanced prostate cancer five years ago. I had ignored the fact that I constantly needed to go to the toilet, which is a potential symptom of prostate cancer, until I saw one of Prostate Cancer UK's posters of a dripping tap.
It was a complete shock when I was diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer. If I had not seen the poster of the dripping tap in the pharmacy, I may not be here today.
Since my diagnosis, I have become one of Prostate Cancer UK's most prolific supporters. From running half marathons and handing out information leaflets, to talking to men down at the pub, I have campaigned effortlessly to make people more aware of prostate cancer.
It was a complete shock when I was diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer. If I had not seen the poster in the pharmacy, I may not be here today. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men. I want to use my own experience to help men become more aware of the possible symptoms of the disease before it is too late.
Robin is on active surveillance where his cancer is monitored, rather than having treatment. He and his wife talk about how they deal with the emotional impact of prostate cancer.
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