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Two Male Students Hug it Out for Charity


Two British students set a world record when they hugged for 24 hours straight, raising money for a local cancer treatment center.

Faisal Mohyud-Din and Mohammed Azeem surpassed the old record by more than eight hours by embracing for 24 hours and 17 minutes, according to BBC News.

The Salford University students raised money for the Christie Cancer Hospital, which is opening a new unit this week in Oldham, England. The hospital's logo represents an embrace.

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