Super Bowl LII, where the New England Patriots will take on the Philadelphia Eagles, coincides with World Cancer Day. While the NFL and the American Cancer Society have been partners in the fight against cancer for nearly a decade—raising $18 million since 2009—their work continues to impact lives, and their challenges are growing, too.
Read on to discover the NFL’s latest offensive strategy to tackle breast, cervical, colorectal cancer and more.
- Super Bowl Sunday is also World Cancer Day. Here’s how the NFL is doing its part
- NFL’s Kareem Jackson mother, sister fought cancer. Now he’s giving back
- Washington Redskins punter Tress Way: ‘I cried my eyes out’ watching kids fight cancer
- Former NFL player Devon Still’s cancer fight didn’t end when his daughter went into remission