Mission

 The Paul Anthony Foundation is a charitable program proudly aligned with The Leukemia Lymphoma Society and fiscally sponsored by United Charitable (UCP)a 501(c)(3), 509(a)(1) +Charity Organization. We are dedicated towards educating, empowering and increasing not just the cancer survivor, but "The Cancer Champion”. Whether it’s a two, four or ten year champion rate, our foundation is determined, designed and designated, to create a forum of networking and partnerships for extending life at its best.

Proactivation x Integration = Eradication.  Our purpose is to focus on raising funds and awareness towards the research of rare and aggressive diseases such as Mantle Cell Lymphoma and Leukemia. In addition we want to bring attention to the importance of bone marrow donations. We are committed to share knowledge and experience from a scientific, holistic, nutritional, mental, spiritual and physical approach that will greatly contribute to a healthy lifestyle. We assist people while making efficient and effective decisions before, during and after treatment. The Paul Anthony Foundation has made a local, national and global commitment to serve.

According to the 2010 and 2011 facts finding from The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, new cases of blood cancer are diagnosed every four minutes in the United States. Every ten minutes, someone in the US dies from a blood cancer. Because so many people ignore the warning signals, delay proactive screening and make poor health choices, more than six people die every hour from this type of cancer.

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Hi Paul Anthony, It's Cindy from Cincinnati. I used to talk to you on the phone when I was younger as a teen. You used to call me all the time when you were on tour from hotels and send me cards and …

Posted by CYNTHIA Bryant on August 11, 2016 at 2:22am 2 Comments

Hi Paul Anthony, It's Cindy from Cincinnati. I used to talk to you on the phone when I was younger as a teen. You used to call me all the time when you were on tour from hotels and send me cards and birthday and Christmas presents till we lost touch. I am glad to see you are beating Cancer I did as well. I had kidney cancer and had both my kidneys remover and been cancer free 15 years.I have been having health problems since I have been on kidney dialysis for last 16 years. My health has gotten… Continue

Daddy's Girl

Posted by Tiffaney Dulaney on July 22, 2016 at 7:30pm 1 Comment

I lost my father 2years ago to lung and brain cancer.My life has been forever changed. I miss him so much. I think about him more now than when he was in the land of the living. My father suffered from being paranoid and not trusting people. I believe when the Doctors told him he was sick he did not believe them, so did not inform us either.He bagam to cough up blood years later and i believe he knew then. That's when he informed me and it was to late already stage four.

Daddy's Girl

Posted by Tiffaney Dulaney on July 22, 2016 at 7:29pm 0 Comments

I lost my father 2years ago to ling and brain cancer.My life has been forever changed. I miss him so much. I think about him more now than when he was in the land of the living. My father suffered from being paranoid and not trusting people. I believe when the Doctors told him he was sick he did not believe them, so did not inform us either.He bagam to cough up blood years later and i believe he knew then. That's when he informed me and it was to late already stage four.

breaTst cancer

Posted by Valerie Cray on April 14, 2016 at 11:01pm 1 Comment

I am battling breast cancer, my life have changed. This is rough but I am strong.

During chemo, I work two jobs and mange to attend college to get a master's degree

in education. I'm currently getting radiation and this has burned my skin and I

had a mastectomy. I'm still working and attending college. We all are survivors

and we can beat this awful disease. Let's stay strong together.

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