More than meets the eye

Aiming to protect their customers through every stage of life, sisters Sigal Bar-On and Nurit Harel of Fischer Pharmaceuticals uphold the company’s passion for philanthropy and social responsibility.

July 15, 2015 11:37
Fischer Pharmaceuticals

(Left) Nurit Harel and Sigal Bar-On, the daughters of Dr. Eli Fischer and current CEO’s of Fischer pharmaceuticals.. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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