In as much as I want to write this letter, I find it very difficult to do so. We the community is losing a wonderful doctor, as well as a friend to all he comes in contact with. I’ve never met a doctor with such a comforting bedside manner and words always to soothe. His first concern is, of course, his patients. Always with a smile, he would greet us. My first encounter with Dr. Janjua was November 23, 1999. His diagnosis for my husband was squamous cell carcinoma, cancer of the neck and throat stage 4. Needless to say, no one wants to hear that, although Jim my husband took it better than I. After Doctor Janjua completed all tests needed the date was set Dec 23, 1999. Knowing we had no insurance he gave Jim his surgery ‘8 hours’ for a Christmas present. For that, I will always be indebted. Jim did very well after his surgery, but needless to say after 14months of chemo and test. After the test Jim passed away. I can’t express how much this doctor meant to Jim. “We” not only had the best doctor but a good friend, in today’s world that is hard to find. What more can I say about Tanveer Janjua? The man or the doctor? This quality is rare. For the next community he enters into, they are gaining the finest young man and doctor I’ve ever encountered.