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Flash mob for a cure

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Before the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in Ohio this past Saturday, a flash mob comprised of doctors, researchers, nurses, staff, OSU students and cancer survivors broke out into dance to "Dancing in the Streets."I love a good flash mob dance. And while flash mobs are becoming more frequent and elaborate, the fact that some of these people are actively trying to cure cancer really makes me want to share this video with you.The flash mob included about 200 people associated with the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute, including the cancer center's director, Dr. Michael Caligiuri. (The back flips and pyramids at the end were donated from the Ohio State Spirit Program, I believe. If not, I'm doubly impressed.) And after that three-minute dance routine, they ran the 5K. Whew!You can read more on the OSUCCC-James flash mob here.

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