For Peter Ryall, the prospect of prostate cancer is something he knew only too well. One of Peter’s family members didn’t receive preventative testing, and was diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer, so Peter made the active decision to receive regular PSA tests to put his mind at ease.
Knowing he needed to put his health first, when a PSA test flagged abnormal results in May 2018 he jumped into action to get further tests. Just four months later he was diagnosed with an aggressive form of prostate cancer.
“I was told that if I’d waited six months, it would’ve been too late,” Peter said.