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More than 15 Zumba fitness instructors from throughout Northern California -- and 400 people total -- took part in LIVERight Zumbathon 2010 at Stanford University's Arrillaga Center for Sports & Recreation Saturday.

The fitness event -- fueled by Latin rhythms -- was designed to raise awareness about liver cancer.

Slide show by Veronica Weber/Palo Alto Online.

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