Prostate cancer survivors will be able to get their PSA test results online

Under the TrueNTH self-supported management scheme, men will be able to take control of their own care which frees up vital NHS time as a result.

Have Fun, Do Good: Become a Community Ambassador

Join Movember in helping men live happier, healthier, longer lives by becoming a Community Ambassador. Applications are now open, apply today.

Movember proud to support new Heads Up campaign

Heads Together and The FA announce new campaign - Heads Up - to generate the biggest ever conversation around mental health.

Movember Student Ambassador Programme officially open for applications

We're looking to bring on board a dedicated team of Movember Student Ambassadors across universities in the UK.

The All New Full Monty

Meet the men taking it all off to raise awareness of prostate cancer and testicular cancer

Mo Bros flying high for Movember

11 Mo Bros had their eggs this morning suspended 100ft above the O2 as part of a naked breakfast in aid of Movember and Coppafeel.

Brit breaks the world record as the youngest ever to travel around the world on a motorbike

Henry Crew took part in the year long challenge to raise awareness of mental health issues, and funds for Movember.

Jockeys join forces with Movember for #KnowThyNuts campaign

Movember has teamed up with three of horse racing’s brightest stars to raise awareness of testicular cancer.

This April, #KnowThyNuts for Testicular Cancer Awareness Month

Two thirds of British men aged 18-34 don’t know their testicular cancer risk

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.

“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

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.