Blood donation by tourists arranged in J'lem

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April 9, 2006 16:20

 
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A special blood donation drive among tourists in Jerusalem will be held on one of the intermediate days of Passover on April 17 to alleviate the chronic shortage during holidays. Magen David Adom said that in addition to blood donation sites at MDA stations around the country, its representatives will come to Jerusalem's David's Citadel Hotel on that day to collect blood as part of the Sharing Life Program of the American Friends of Magen David Adom.

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