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Matching unused drugs with needy of the world

By Jeffrey Krasner
Globe Staff / October 16, 2006

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As a child growing up on a farm in Israel, Moshe Alamaro would feed grass clippings to the chickens. The green food made the birds robust, and they produced eggs with stronger shells. It was an early manifestation of Alamaro's strong aversion to any kind of waste. (Full article: 886 words)

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