Corporate Flight against Cancer

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Lane Wallace in "Corporate Angels" (Flying v.137:no.4) reminds the reader that "1.5 million people are diagnosed with cancer each year" and "more than half of the bankruptcies in America stem from medical bills" (p.62). Leonard Greene, pilot and corporate jet owner, knows that most aircraft fly with no more than two or three passengers. With his aviation connections and original charitable donation he founding the Corporate Angel Network, a network of planes and pilots dedicated to relieving the financial burden of flying to cancer treatment centers across the country. Cancer patients and their families receive free flights and services to make traveling easy and comfortable. For more information go to the Corporate Angel Network website at

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