From Personal Journey To Global Mission
In 1984, Greg Anderson was diagnosed with metastatic lung cancer. His doctor told him he only had about 30 days to live.Read The Full Story
Determined to conquer his disease, Greg set out to connect with other patients to discover how they were approaching their fight with cancer. His personal journey led to a global mission: To help people, everywhere, survive cancer through community, education, spirituality and financial assistance.
Greg is the founding CEO of Cancer Recovery Foundation and author of more than dozen educational and inspirational books on cancer survival. Greg survived cancer. Cancer Recovery Foundation’s goal is to help other people survive cancer, too.
Cancer Recovery Foundation’s founder Greg Anderson was terminally diagnosed with cancer in 1984. Greg survived – and has since devoted his life to helping others survive cancer too.
Providing Hope and Compassion
At Cancer Recovery Foundation, our mission to help people survive cancer is personal. Our founder is a cancer survivor. Our program director is a cancer survivor (three times). We empathize. We sympathize. We listen. We offer hope. Meet our team.
President & CEO
Arthur Granito, CPA
Chief Financial Officer
Frances “Franky” Dailey
Program Service Manager
We Equip Patients to Survive Cancer
The mission of Cancer Recovery Foundation is to equip individuals and families to survive cancer through community, education, spirituality and financial assistance.
More than 1.7 million people in the U.S. are diagnosed with cancer annually. Who among them will need our help? Will we have the means to provide it? This is the data, and the questions, that drive us.
Looking ahead, we are evolving to help more people get the help they need. We are identifying efficiencies. We are adopting technology. We are leaving no stone unturned.
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Your support will directly help patients in need focus on healing.
Emotional. Inspirational. Enlightening.
How will your support make a difference? The stories of patients we have helped says it all.
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