Your whole world is put o -kil­ter

StarMetro Vancouver - - CULTURE -

“It’s in­cred­i­bly scary. Your whole world is put o kil­ter. It’s scary, it’s like a roller-coaster ride be­cause you want the very best pos­si­ble of all out­comes … For­tu­nately, mine is a story with a happy end­ing. I’m a fa­cil­i­ta­tor of a sup­port group for women and care­givers on a jour­ney with their hus­bands, and I see so many other out­comes. And I con­sider my­self to be just so in­cred­i­bly for­tu­nate, be­cause all of those in­cred­i­bly scary and life-al­ter­ing changes that come when you are in a more ad­vanced state of prostate can­cer — I did not have to ex­pe­ri­ence those with my fam­ily.” Kelly Fe­dorowich, 50, lives in Cal­gary. Her hus­band is a prostate can­cer sur­vivor. AS TOLD TO TA­MAR HAR­RIS, FOR METRO CANADA


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