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David Ginsberg, center, credits Rabbi Bentzion Butman, left, with saving his life after Ginsberg became desperately ill in Cambodia and the rabbi arranged for a difficult blood transfusion. Etan Ginsberg, right, flew into Phnom Penh from the United States to be with his father. The deli containers they're holding contain soup the rabbi made (one chicken soup for the father and another vegan for the son).
David Ginsberg, center, credits Rabbi Bentzion Butman, left, with saving his life after Ginsberg became desperately ill in Cambodia and the rabbi arranged for a difficult blood transfusion. Etan Ginsberg, right, flew into Phnom Penh from the United States to be with his father. The deli containers they're holding contain soup the rabbi made (one chicken soup for the father and another vegan for the son).