Love, Marriage and Cancer

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

When Don Kerr learned of his wife Kate's breast cancer diagnosis, he was thrust into a role of caregiver, something he was completely unprepared for. He and his wife soon discovered what a challenge cancer brings to a marriage as well as the many ways they learned to cope with such a tragic diagnosis. Kerr's book, "Riding Shotgun: A Book For Men and the Partners They Care For," chronicles their cancer experience.
Episode:
The History of the Universe; Love, Marriage and Cancer
Aired:
Jun 13, 2017
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