2018 Prize Winners

This Movember we’ve seen incredible fundraising efforts put forth by Mo Bros and Mo Sistas around the world and across Canada. With some help from our friends at Sonos, we wanted to acknowledge our supporters that went above and beyond to change the face of men’s health this year.

We Need You (and half your Mo)

587. That's how many men we've lost to Prostate Cancer, Testicular Cancer and Suicide this month alone. The men's health crisis stops for no-one. And so, we must go harder to stop men dying too young.

2018’s Mo’s in the Wild

We love moustaches; in fact, we love them so much that we put them on a lot of things – just shy of excessively.

Contactless Fundraising Badges

Asking for donations this Movember just got a whole lot easier. In a world first, we’re trialling contactless fundraising badges – allowing friends and family to make donations with the sweep of a hand.

GROOMING TIPS: WEEK ONE

Ginger, blonde, dark or subtle, every Movember moustache is a hairy ribbon in the fight for men’s health. Here are a few grooming tips to kick off your first week of Movember.

Tommy Guns “Cuts for Nuts”

Tommy Gun’s - Canada’s largest family-owned barbershop - is back again this year, spreading Mo love and raising funds for men’s health.

Listen Up, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau has something to say

Now is the time to sign up and join the fight for men’s health. As Nikolaj Coster-Waldau says the crisis in men’s health affect us all.

What you need to know before you Mo

Is your upper-lip tingling in anticipation for Movember 2018? Prep yourself to go bigger, better and hairier for men’s health with these quick tips.

Want To Meet Jamie Lannister In The Flesh? Thought So

Win tickets to the premiere of the final Game of Thrones season ever. Here's how to enter.

How TrueNTH is helping couples enjoy sex after Prostate Cancer

Treatment for localised Prostate Cancer can have several side effects including, for many men, the inability to get an erection. Health services have traditionally just focussed on survival, but new programs are enabling men and their partners to maintain intimate, physical relations.

Search and destroy: How tiny molecules are making big changes in prostate cancer imaging and treatment

A new technology is helping doctors better identify and treat prostate cancer in men with advanced disease.

TrueNTH intervention reduces sexual problems after prostate cancer by 60%

After treatment for prostate cancer, men in Victoria’s Gippsland region reported big problems with sexual function in much higher numbers than the rest of the population. Using telehealth to deliver psychology and education on sexual health, incontinence, exercise and diet, this intervention reduced problems with sexual function by 60%.