“My story is hard to talk about…
Less than five years ago I wasn’t able to work, be part of my daughter’s schooling life or simply leave the house. For years I did not have control of my bladder, due to my battle with multiple sclerosis (MS). But today, with the help of the clinicians in the Urology Unit at The Prince of Wales Hospital, I have my life back.
I am no longer frustrated or anxious. I am able to participate in my daughter’s life without being nervous. Lyla, my eight year old daughter, is thrilled that she can now enjoy my company while I volunteer at school and coach her netball team,” said Kylee.
Right now Kylee is championing the Prince of Wales Hospital Foundation’s fundraising efforts to raise vital funds for six pieces of equipment which will help patients within the Urology Unit.
“Through years of treatment, I’ve realised the importance of continuously upgrading equipment which will benefit patients like me,” said Kylee.
Right now we need the help of the community to help raise $82,000 to make sure we can provide the best care possible to patients like Kylee. The funds raised will help the vital upgrade of two bladder scanners, a patient transport monitor, two patient blood pressure oxygen saturation machines and an ECG machine.