The Mission of The Cancer Foundation is to redefine Cancer care and medical care as a social amenity and public service and not as the ‘business of medicine’. We wish to establish sophisticated healthcare infrastructure purely from philanthropy, public and government grants. We would then ensure quality care to conform to at least the best national standards. We will maximize efficiencies, eliminate profit margins and attain the highest quality benchmarks at the lowest price. This will redefine healthcare as a public service for distress alleviation and not a business opportunity. Patients will pay for the operating expenses of a truly not-for-profit hospital and enjoy at least 70% cost savings over prevailing prices. The Cancer Foundation aims to be at the forefront of National Cancer Control by participating in legislation, policy making, education, research and public awareness about cancer.