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Dallas Man Needs Stem Cell Transplant ASAP – Shwekey Sings at Musical Event in his Honor

by Kol Isha October 08, 2014

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Yaakov Shwekey took center stage two weeks ago at a musical evening in honor of a Dallas man who is battling lymphoma for the third time.

 

Ivan Sacks, one of the founders of Texas Torah Institute, a well known philanthropist and a beloved community member,  has been told by doctors that he needs an immediate transplant.  Shwekey was one of the many people who flew out to Texas in Sacks’ honor for an evening of music, dancing, tears and laughter.

 

Please stop what you are doing now and say Tehillim for Yisroel ben Malka.  To find out more about the easy and quick stem cell procedure that could save Ivan Sacks’ lifecontact Barbey Sloven at bsloven@giftoflife.org.

Kol Isha
Kol Isha


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