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Hampton University's First 'Turn it Pink for the Cure' is a Success
10/20/2016 - #65
Hampton, VA - Homecoming 2016 brought out the blue and white, but there was one party on campus that was rocking brighter color, pink.
 
Dozens of alumni, students, faculty and staff piled into Holland Hall to do a little fitness dancing while raising awareness about breast cancer at the first "Turn it Pink for the Cure” event.
 
The event was geared toward raising funds for the Hampton University Cancer Research Center and to let others know that the center is on campus.
 
"Most cancers are preventable and they are preventable through the adoption of healthy lifestyles, healthy behaviors, exercising 30 minutes a day,” said Dr. Rick-Santi. " I am not just here to find a cure for cancer. I am here to promote healthy lifestyles and healthy behaviors. 

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Hampton University's First 'Turn it Pink for the Cure' is a Success
10/19/2016 - #0

Hampton, VA - Homecoming 2016 brought out the blue and white, but there was one party on campus that was rocking brighter color, pink.

 
Dozens of alumni, students, faculty and staff piled into Holland Hall to do a little fitness dancing while raising awareness about breast cancer at the first "Turn it Pink for the Cure” event.
 
The event was geared toward raising funds for the Hampton University Cancer Research Center and to let others know that the center is on campus.
 
"Most cancers are preventable and they are preventable through the adoption of healthy lifestyles, healthy behaviors, exercising 30 minutes a day,” said Dr. Rick-Santi. " I am not just here to find a cure for cancer. I am here to promote healthy lifestyles and healthy behaviors. 

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