Wigs for cancer patients were stolen from the Ichilov hospital

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 Wigs for cancer patients were stolen from the Ichilov Hospital

From the Ichilov Hospital Dozens of wigs intended for cancer patients were stolen.

Haruts Sheva reports.

The cost of wigs is estimated at tens of thousands of shekels. They were donated by hairdressers or former patients who had recovered.

The theft was discovered when several patients went to get their wigs but did not find them.

The hospital was shocked by the incident: &quot ;Unfortunately, we have no information about who, where and when took the wigs. We would be happy to receive a gift of wigs for patients.

After the incident with the Ichilov hospital, a Bnei Brak wig maker contacted and offered to donate her work to the hospital.

Professor Ido Wolf, director of the Ichilov oncology department, called on those who could donate wigs for patients.

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