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RAPIDES PARISH, La.—Rapides Regional held another pink event for this very colorful breast cancer awareness month.

Rapides Regional Medical Center employees raised awareness for breast cancer by dressing in pink today.

Pink ribbon flags flew outside and even some patients got in on the trend.

Employees say it's all about supporting their patients and research for a cure.

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