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.

Andrew Hahn: Movember is my middle finger to cancer

Cancer has taken a lot from my family. My son will never know his grandparents. That’s why I’m doing this.

Randal Henry: I work hard, live hard, play hard, love hard

It’s a lot easier to talk about why I cut my moustache, than to ask friends or family if they’ve had their prostate checked lately.

Kieran Ryan: For the boys close to me who lost their battles

My journey with Movember started off as a bit of fun. But the experience became real in 2009, when one of my best mates took his own life.