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Thanks to Dr. Pahwa small miracles happen to sightless people

If you were trapped in darkness because of lack of sight then release would seem a big miracle. Dr. Pahwa, a devoted and brilliant eye surgeon, brings that joy to dozens of people every day in North India.

But he needs somed practical help. There are about 54 million people in India who suffer with cataracts — their diminished sight is caused by malnutrition, diabetes or dust. Many are old. To restore sight to one person afflicted with cataract means an out of pocket cost of £5 to the Ghandi Eye Hospital to which the Doctor devotes his life. A detached retina operation involves costs of £15.

The Doctor and his staff want to bring back sight to many, many more people. Lack of funds prevents them. Please help their work and others like them generously.

Thank you on behalf of the cataract victims you help.

Please use the FREEPOST facility lnd address your gift to: Hon Treasurer, the Rt Hon Lord Maybray-King, Help the Aged, Room CAI-17, FREEPOST 30, London WIE 7JZ. (No stamp needed).

* Please let us know if you would like your gift used far a particular purpose.




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