Mo Bro Michael nearly lost more than a testicle

Comedian Michael Shafar initially didn't consult his doctor after noticing something different with his testicles and it could've cost him his life.

The Hairy Handlebars London to Tokyo cycle

Today, the Hairy Handlebars kick off their London to Tokyo cycle in support of Movember and men's health.

Doug McArthur: " I know I can help save lives"

Doug's experience with testicular cancer inspired his involvement with Movember, and he hopes his story will inspire men like him to check their nuts.

“We are a live advertisement of early and late diagnosis”

Twin brothers Ryan and Sean Collard were diagnosed with testicular cancer just 20 days apart

Mo Bro Mat discusses his close call after testicular cancer diagnosis

Entertainment reporter Mat Whitehead is used to being on top of things like The Bachelor, but he admits he could've been more on top of his testicular health.

Rick Mamye: ‘Don’t die of embarrassment.’

"The big thing to know for every guy is to know your nuts. Know what normal feels like so that when something isn’t normal you can go get it checked out."

2019 TCS New York City Marathon

Movember is pleased to announce that we are once again a charity partner for the 2019 TCS New York City Marathon.

UK prostate cancer patients left to struggle with poor sexual function

More than four in five British men struggle with sexual problems following treatment for prostate cancer yet over half (56%) fail to receive any medical help, according to new research funded by the Movember Foundation.

TrueNTH Telehealth: Breaking Down Borders

Breaking down barriers while opening up communication is no easy feat, but for men like John Peters, TrueNTH Telehealth does just that.

2018 Prize Winners

This Movember, we’ve seen incredible fundraising efforts from our Mo Bros and Mo Sistas around the world. It’s time we all acknowledge these legends who went above and beyond to stop men dying too young this year.

Highlights of Movember 2018

Movember 2018 was an incredible ride. So many moustaches, and that’s the way we like it.

The gift of time: stop men dying too young

Fathers, brothers, sons and friends are dying, on average, 6 years younger than women. Help us give the gift of time.