Welcome to Raj K. Anand, MD
We Donate Our Book Sales Proceedings to
‘Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’
I was born in Dinga, a small town in the state of Punjab, India, on September 17, 1935. India was divided into Pakistan and India in August of 1947 when I was eleven years of age. This was immediately followed by a holocaust in which Hindus were killed. Our family survived along with other approximately 300-400 people. We survived another attempt to kill us on our way to another camp while we were under the protection of Pakistani military. Further details about it can be found in my book, “Eyewitness to the Holocaust of 1947 in Pakistan” which is available at various libraries including libraries of Cornell University, Brown University, Boston Public library, Public library of Shrewsbury in Massachusetts, and National library of Congress in Washington, USA, as well as national libraries of Canada, England, France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Austria and Australia.
In the loving memory of my late wife, Nirmal Kanta Anand, all sales proceedings from my book will go to Dana-Farber Cancer Institute as a donation. This donation is in pursuit to help provide a support system for people affected by cancer and advocate to governments for important social change.
I, Raj K. Anand, encourage each one of you to buy this book to support for cancer patients and transport to treatment to accommodation when undergoing treatment far from home – your support means so much to cancer patients and their families. You’re also funding breakthrough cancer research and prevention program to protect our future generations.