Firefighters and Cancer
Most fire fighters have been touched by cancer (co-workers, family, and friends) in some way. It’s a problem that isn’t going away any time soon.
A common question among firefighters is “what can I do?” “How can I help?” In response to these questions, many fire service leaders have stepped up their efforts to provide support, education, and direction.
The staff at cancerbeast.com is part of the firefighter family. They have a special place in their hearts for firefighters.
The staff believes that the fire service has a greater role to play in community cancer prevention. They ask firefighters in every community to think outside the box.
This guide covers information, recommended screenings and examination checklists. It has a section with cancer screening recommendations for firefighters. To learn more, link to IAFC.org.
The International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) wants firefighters to understand their cancer risk
They developed a new cancer awareness and prevention resource in conjunction with the Fire Fighter Cancer Support Network. Link to “IAFF introduces new cancer awareness and prevention
President Schaitberger wants to do more in the area of cancer treatment. The IAFF executive team made a decision to endorse a partnership with NantHealth.