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Dancing nurses preview video at News Café

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Sure, they can save lives. But can they dance?

Nurses from the Health Sciences Centre premiered their entry in the 2012 Pink Glove Dance Video Competition in a live webcast interview at the Free Press News Café today.

The Pink Glove competition, a fundraiser for breast cancer awareness and research, involves dance videos produced by staff at hospitals, nursing homes and other health care facilities across the United States and Canada. Last year, 139 videos were entered in the contest, generating more than 1.2 million views and 500,000 votes.

The video with the highest number of votes wins $10,000 for the breast cancer charity of their choice. Watch the video below, then go to the lonk and vote.

Voting begins today and runs through October 26. You can vote for your favorite video by visiting the Pink Glove Dance website.

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Updated on Friday, October 12, 2012 at 8:53 AM CDT: Time and day added

11:14 AM: adds replay video

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