NY Giants’ Nate Solder Says Beat Philly & Win The Division! An Incredible Dad Sitting Out Football To Care For Son Battling Cancer

Updated November 16th, 2020

NY Giants’ Nate Solder Says Beat Philly & Win The Division! An Incredible Dad Sitting Out Football To Care For Son Battling Cancer

New York Giants' offensive tackle Nate Solder opted out of the 2020 football season to keep his son, who's battling cancer, safe. He talks to SurvivorNet about that decision and about his team playing their rival this weekend, the Philadelphia Eagles.

NOW
PLAYING
Many Women Say They're Drinking More During Pandemic, 70% Don't Know Alcohol Increases Cancer Risk, According to SurvivorNet Survey
NOW
PLAYING
Meet The 52-Year-Old Eye Doctor Who Organized an 11-Day Long Hockey Game Fundraiser After Losing His Wife & Father To Cancer
NOW
PLAYING
Award-Winning Actress Alison Sweeney on Covid-Era Family Life: 'We all take turns freaking out and it's okay'
NOW
PLAYING
Will QB Tom Brady’s Mom Have the Chance to Attend the Super Bowl Again, This Time, Cancer-Free?
NOW
PLAYING
Olympian & Testicular Cancer Survivor Scott Hamilton Is Seizing Every Moment: "I Choose to Make the Most of Each Day"
NOW
PLAYING
Dolly Parton's Rumored Cancer Turned Out to Be Kidney Stones; Is There a Link Between the Two Conditions?

SurvivorNetTV.
Hope. Science.
Inspiration.

Discover SNTV
×

Introducing, the Journey Bar

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