Craig, The IT Guy

Well, after years of pressure and persuasion, I have finally succumbed to writing my first blog. The whole idea for this blog is to allow the rest of you to get to know me a little better. Some of you, I know fairly well, while others are names that I am familiar with after creating […]

Where in the world…

I know some of you mentioned that you don’t know enough of my schedule, what I am up to and where am I going. Well, my travel season is here. Don’t say I didn’t tell you: Last week’s trip to NJ with Danielle was a busy day at the Novartis campus. We did a good […]

World Cancer Day in Guatemala 2012

This is one of the newspapers article. Dr. Garces giving her presentation, Cancer in Guatemala, Statistics As many of you may know, Guatemala is an emerging country in Central America, where there are many huge problems; health is only one of them, even though public hospitals have collapsed during this month.  Political stability, poverty, and violence […]

World Cancer Day 2012 Observance at Kochi – We unite and we fight together We at Kochi observed World Cancer day with a group of around 200 participants, including GIPAP/NOA recipients. The poster of the event carried two slogans. One said, “A drop of water forms the ocean“, and the other declared, “We unite and […]


Marine Drive is a 3-kilometre-long boulevard in South Mumbai in the city of Mumbai. It is a ‘C’-shaped six-lane concrete road along the coast, which is a natural bay. People of all stripes gather here to soak up the ocean views, jog, catch up with friends, or simply enjoy a solitary stroll. The place this […]

World Cancer Day in Mexico City

Hi team, I want to share with you a very beautiful surprise. I was invited by a friend, who works for JSInc and Livestrong in an anti-stigma cancer campaign. The organized this event to have the guiness record on being a human lifestrong wristband. So I decided to join this event last Saturday. I was […]

World Cancer Day in Ward 44

Chris Hani Baragwanath hospital is one of the largest hospitals in the world. The hospital situated South of Johannesburg has over 3000 beds and 6700 staff members. The hospital is made up of 400+ buildings and stretches over 173 acres, getting lost here is not an option!The hospital admits over 2000 patients on a daily […]

Together it’s Possible ! Celebrating World Cancer Day in Patna

It was early January when Dr Rajeev Prasad , our physician from the Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences agreed to help us host a Friends of Max Regional Meet on 4th February , World Cancer Day, in Patna. This was great but it was also very little notice; because a Friends of Max meeting […]

Cheers With Max’s

I first came to know about TMF courtesy of Wei Meng, when she described to me what TMF does and I was invited to be a volunteer as a photographer for CML patients workshop, twice. I saw what TMF did and at that point of time, I was thinking “Hey, foundation that really really put […]

Updates, comings and goings

It was really so much fun to be connected via Team Viewer yesterday! it made us all feel closer to each other. Be on the lookout for more on the capabilities of Team Viewer as I think we could be using it a lot more for our communications, not only used by Craig to help […]