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Cancer research center dances for donations


As a nurse, you’ve probably seen–all too frequently–the sobering reality of cancer up close and personally. That’s why we’re loving the below video made by McGill University, featuring their top scientists, students, lab techs and dedicated volunteers dancing up a storm to highlight the critical work done at the Goodman Cancer Research Centre. The best part? One of their sponsors will make a donation each time the video is watched to support advances in cancer research.
Treating cancer is a serious job, so it warms our hearts to see them cutting loose a bit. It’s also a fun and unique way to raise both awareness and funds. Check out the video below:

What do you think? Would you ever participate in a dance video if it would raise awareness and funds for a cause you care passionately about? Sound off in the comments below!

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