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.

Being on active surveillance: Robin's story

There’s no point wasting life by being worried all the time as to what might be. Get on and enjoy it.

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Paul's story

Paul, 64, had surgery which caused problems leaking urine (incontinence). He talks about how this affected him, how he managed it and the different treatments he tried for erection problems, including a vacuum pump.

There are a number of solutions to whatever it is – incontinence or erectile dysfunction. And like in all these things, if one doesn’t work, keep moving on, keep trying it.

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