Eric Stout: "Be an advocate for your own health and start now."

A lot of guys don’t want to admit they might have a problem, but by talking to others and being proactive about what’s going on, we can prevent so many men from dying too young.  

Two Brothers: Bret & Smith Hart

Bret and Smith Hart are two brothers who grew up in the heart of the wrestling world, had families at similar times, and later discovered they both had prostate cancer around the same time too.

Joshua Kumar: 'I want to be that light for someone else to rely on.'

I joined Movember in 2012 because a friend’s brother was diagnosed with testicular cancer. Since then, I have learned about cancer, mental health and physical inactivity. I realize now that every single one of those is a part of my life. That is my reason for continuing. I want to bring light to perspective and positivity, I want to raise funds for cancer research and most importantly I want to grow a groovy mustache.

Dane Rohmann: 'I want to see a world where cancer doesn't exist.'

'I cannot stress enough the importance of getting checked early, regularly and by an exam. Do not rely solely on a PSA.'

Zach Scheel: 'It starts with not being afraid to show vulnerability'

I participated in Movember for the first time nine years ago to support a friend who had recently been diagnosed with cancer. During my first Movember campaign I was amazed at how many conversations I began having with other men about their health and how something as simple as growing a moustache could help a friend battling cancer.

A Vegas ad agency gives back

SK+G Advertising, a Las Vegas ad agency participated in Movember, bringing colleagues together for a cause. Executive Creative Director, Steve Averitt shares his story of becoming a Mo Bro.

Movember SpokesMo Tarek El Moussa

No one expects to be diagnosed with cancer, especially when you eat right, exercise regularly and are only 31 years old.

Nate Yeomans: Why I Mo

For pro surfer Nate Yeomans (AKA "Prostate Nate"), the Movember cause hits close to home.

Bubba Wallace: Activity is the Best Therapy

My message for men everywhere is: Challenge yourself. You’d be surprised what you’re capable of.

Darrel Mancini: Taking health into my own hands

I survived testicular cancer. I do Movember to raise money and beat this disease, so that one day all men will survive.

Alice Dorrington: I Mo for my Dad

I do Movember because my Dad no longer can. As he fought prostate cancer, I fought to make sure that other men would survive. 

Sandy Goodman: One Mo at a time

Each Movember I grow my Mo to save my bros, and my sons, who grow with me and have a family history to now worry about.