9/11 Cancer Survivor Beat A Recurrence At The Peak Of COVID-19 — One Of The First To Do So

Updated October 5th, 2020

9/11 Cancer Survivor Beat A Recurrence At The Peak Of COVID-19 — One Of The First To Do So

Neil Carroll helped check cable wires following 9/11, and was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2014. During COVID-19, he experienced a recurrence, but thanks to his strength and resilience, he walked out of the hospital after beating the disease once again.

NOW
PLAYING
Does Your Cancer Center Require Employees To Be Vaccinated? How Cancer Patients Can Stay Safe From The Delta Variant During COVID-19
NOW
PLAYING
Nearly One Year After Beating Prostate Cancer, 'TODAY's' Al Roker Is Living Life To The Fullest While Hosting The Tokyo Olympics
NOW
PLAYING
Immunocompromised Account for 44% of COVID Cases Among Vaccinated
NOW
PLAYING
2020 Cancer Screenings Delayed Due to Pandemic Returned At the End of Last Year
NOW
PLAYING
More People Are Battling Respiratory Viruses Now That Masks Are Coming Off: How Cancer Patients & Survivors Can Stay Healthy
NOW
PLAYING
Young Cancer Survivors Are Hesitant to Get COVID-19 Vaccine

SurvivorNetTV.
Hope. Science.
Inspiration.

WATCH NOW
×

Introducing, the Journey Bar

Use this bar to access information about the steps in your cancer journey.