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A few good men at annual date auction

Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe

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Project Cupid had its fifth annual date auction on Friday night. The $17,000 raised at the event — which was started by Amy Blue after she lost her 9-year-old cousin to acute myeloid leukemia — will benefit the AML research fund at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Bachelors who put themselves up for bid included Dumazo Ngesina, 36 (center). The night’s emcees were Tara McGoff (left) and Christian Galvin.

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