Neil Thomson, 72, first noticed the symptoms of the condition while on a family holiday.
However, it was not until after a visit to the out-of-hours GP office 18 months later that he was first referred to Ninewells Hospital.
Having lived with the stage four cancer for five years, Neil explained his diagnosis was “incurable” not “terminal”.
He is encouraging men over 50 and those with a family history of the disease to get a check-up as part of Prostate Cancer Awareness Month.
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