Being told you have a rare cancer is devastating, but imagine how you would feel after hearing those words twice.
Callala Bay resident Glenn Watson is amazingly positive despite having been diagnosed with two rare cancers.
He was first told he had ocular melanoma. Then while receiving treatment a lump was found on his breast.
Yep, he was diagnosed with male breast cancers.
Now Glenn is an extremely positive person and is getting on with his life. He does not dwell on his misfortune and he knows that many other people are worse off.
Sure, he lost an eye and has a jagged scar on his chest, but he is alive and is happy to share his story.
Glenn talks openly about being told twice he has a rare form of cancers - see video below.
It all started on with a trip around Australia in 2017 with his partner Yvonne. As the trip continued his eye played up and felt like an eyelash was floating around in it.
When he came home Glenn made an appointment with his doctor and was referred to a specialist straight away.
"It was four weeks from diagnosis to operation," he said.
He went looking for support groups and connected with a few groups on Facebook.
"I am surprised that the only support network for ocular melanoma is through social media and there is no ocular melanoma foundation supporting researchers, lobbying for support to help patients and their carers," he said.
He would like to see more of an investment in the research made into this form of rare cancer.
"When I look back at my ocular melanoma operation there was no preoperative support, post operation was a normal nurse asking me If I needed more painkillers, eye drops and a doctor's examination for discharge with details of the follow up examination," he said.
Glenn's "next double whammy" came when on his third postoperative scan a lump was found in his left breast.
In seven months he had two operations for rare cancers.
When it comes to support for breast cancer Glenn found there is lots of support and research.
In 2018 it was estimated that the risk of a man being diagnosed with breast cancer was one in 715 males, compared to one in eight females.
One local organisation Glenn gets help from is the Bay and Basin Community Support Group.
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