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The color pink gets hot for cancer

Thursday, Apr 18, 2013 - 00:53

Apr 18 - The Breast Cancer Research Foundation holds its annual Hot Pink Party. Alicia Powell reports.

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Kate Hudson and Elizabeth Hurley team up to fight breast cancer. The pair were just two of the big names on hand at The Breast Cancer Research Foundation's annual Hot Pink Party. Hurley, a long time supporter of breast cancer awareness, served as the night's host and said the disease doesn't discriminate. SOUNDBITE: Elizabeth Hurley, spokesperson, saying (English): "It affects everybody. I don't think I'd ever met anybody who hasn't been affected by breast cancer." This year's honoree Kay Krill, President and CEO of Ann Taylor, was recognized by actress Kate Hudson. SOUNDBITE: Kate Hudson, actress, saying (English): "What this organization has done for women, you know, struggling with the disease is quite phenomenal." Guests partied under the theme of Viva Fiesta and were serenaded by Sir Elton John. The annual Gala rose over $5.2 million U.S. dollars for critical breast cancer research.

The color pink gets hot for cancer

Thursday, Apr 18, 2013 - 00:53

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