The founder of international charity Killing Cancer Kindly praises book PR agency Palamedes
Our latest book PR testimonial, from Dr Mohammad Muneeb Khan – founder of international educational charity Killing Cancer Kindly – is now online.
Dr Khan appointed book PR agency Palamedes to generate media exposure for his forthcoming non-fiction title, You’ll Wish You Were an Elephant (Killing Cancer Kindly).
During the campaign, we secured both national and regional newspaper coverage and a wide selection of BBC radio interviews.
Cancer prevention crusader Dr Mohammad Muneeb Khan is a Consultant Clinical Oncologist at Queen’s Centre for Oncology and Haematology, Castle Hill Hospital.
Dr Khan is founder of international charity Killing Cancer Kindly and the author of forthcoming cancer prevention and treatment guide You’ll Wish You Were an Elephant (Killing Cancer Kindly).
These placements helped bring early attention to the forthcoming book, described as the first ‘anti-cancer guidebook’, and also the Killing Cancer Kindly charity.
Speaking about our work, Dr Khan, who has 25 years of clinical experience and is Consultant Clinical Oncologist at Queen’s Centre for Oncology and Haematology at Castle Hill Hospital, said: “I would like to thank Anthony Harvison and the team at Palamedes for their hard work and professionalism. Most importantly they took a deep interest in the mission to kill cancer and went out of their way to help promote it.
“I am very impressed by their time keeping and commitment. They developed a deep understanding of our mission and the book and worked flexibly with my busy schedule without compromising on the quality of their services.
“I am a very happy and grateful customer and would like to work with them again, in the near future,on our next project.”