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Ames cancer center needs your vote to win $25K for charity

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AMES (KWWL) - A group from one Iowa medical center is hoping to raise money for cancer research with their viral video.

Employees at the William R. Bliss Cancer Center, a service of Mary Greeley Medical Center and The McFarland Clinic in Ames -- as well as the Iowa State University Thielen Student Health Center -- teamed up to create a " Pink Glove Dance" video to help raise awareness for breast cancer.

The video includes hospital and clinic staff, a cancer patient, community members, Ames High School cheerleaders and even the ISU football team.

People are invited to vote for their favorite video on PinkGloveDance.com. The winning team will win $25,000 to donate to a charity of their choice -- and the Ames group says, should they win, the money will go to the American Cancer Society.

Vote for the video here.
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