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

Published Jul 22, 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.

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