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PHOTOS: Cancer patients, survivors and doctors spread awareness at West Indian Day Parade

September 8, 2015 Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Soca Queen Alison Hinds filming her new music video with Globe-athon to End Women’s Cancers at the West Indian American Labor Day Carnival Parade. Photos courtesy of BRG Communications

On Monday, an international movement to raise awareness of below-the-belt cancers kicked off its first U.S. awareness event at the West Indian Day Parade in Brooklyn.

During the parade, renowned soca singer Alison Hinds recorded a music video and was joined by other artists as DJ D-LIFE, Mikey Mercer and 300 international medical, religious, political leaders, UN Ambassadors and cancer patients and survivors on the Globe-athon to Ends Women’s Cancers float.

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