Israir passengers asked to aid cancer research

Travelers on domestic and international Israir flights will this month be asked not only what they will have to drink or buy duty free, but also wheth

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October 10, 2005 20:00

 
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Travelers on domestic and international Israir flights will this month be asked not only what they will have to drink or buy duty free, but also whether they want to donate to the Israel Cancer Association. Its Knock on the Door campaign was held a few weeks ago. A special envelope has been produced by the ICA for distribution among passengers who want to assist in the organization’s cancer research, education, diagnosis and treatment activities.

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