First, there’s anxiety over the cancer diagnosis.
Then, there’s anxiety over how to pay for the treatment.
Ryker Haselden, 49, called his prostate cancer diagnosis in 2017 a “gut-punch.”
He’s been a firefighter in Mississippi for about two decades.
Haselden has two children, one of whom is developmentally disabled, so his wife is a full-time mother.
– PUB DATE: 3/4/2019 12:00:00 AM – SOURCE: Jackson Clarion-Ledger
Source: SEAFC National Fire News