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Cancer Survivor, About To Undergo Mastectomy, Dances

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A viral video of a woman's flash mob dance is going viral. The video, which belongs to an Oregon mom of two, shows her strength and courage right before she goes undergoes a bilateral mastectomy (surgical removal of both breasts) for breast cancer.

Deborah Cohan is the woman's name, and she posted the six minute video of her dancing to Beyonce with all the other nurses and anesthesiologists at the hospital. You can see the pure joy and happiness on all their faces as they use the power of music and dance to celebrate life and prepare Cohan for the recovery ahead.

The video has gotten more than 660,000 views since it was uploaded on November 5th. Most importantly, this video is unlisted, which means that it does not appear on YouTube's homepage or recommendations and can only be seen if you have the link. These 660,000 views are strictly from one person sharing to another.

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