Sunday, September 25 at 3 p.m. ET
Hosted by Dr. Manny Alvarez and Dr. Cynara Coomer
Forty years after President Nixon declared the War on Cancer, the disease is still killing 1-in-5 Americans, according to the National Cancer Institute.
In this "Fox News Reporting" special, doctors, oncologists, scientists, health care experts and patients describe why winning the War on Cancer is not a dream.
Cancer is a devastating disease. Its impact on its victims is immeasurable. But, while cures may never be found for many cancers, cancer is not the deadly disease it once was.
Today, treatments are no longer "one size fits all." Surgery, radiation and chemotherapy are becoming personalized for patients and their unique cancers. The goal of the latest targeted therapies is to make cancer a chronic and manageable disease much like diabetes.
Tune in this weekend, as Fox News uncovers the real problem with the War on Cancer and documents the extraordinary new treatments that are helping cancer patients live longer than ever.