Prostate Cancer Impact Report
Millions of men around the world are living with prostate cancer, and our goal is to reach a day where no man dies of this disease. This impact report showcases prostate cancer case studies funded by the Movember Foundation.
Nature Reviews Urology: The Movember collection
This collection of articles by key opinion leaders is based around themes from the Global Action Plan (GAP) consortia. GAP is a worldwide collaboration between researchers in prostate and testicular cancer, funded by Movember.
Other Featured Publications
Think You Can Shrink? (TYCS) is a multi-episode web series modelled on a reality TV show format. The show’s key objective is to educate men and demonstrate, through modelling, ways men can support other men to encourage help-seeking behaviours and greater health communication, which in turn, may also lead to better health outcomes.
Men’s Sheds is a community programme used primarily by older men that originated in Australia and is well established there. The goal of the current study was to explore men’s perceptions of the need for Men’s Sheds and issues concerning access to them in Canada.
In this multicenter study, approximately 12% of men with metastatic prostate cancer harbour inherited (germline) DDR mutations that likely caused their disease, even if they have no family history of prostate, breast, or ovarian cancer.
E-mental health programs can be a promising strategy for prevention of depression in working men by considering men’s preferences and perceived barriers to enhance the acceptability of this approach.
The Prostate Cancer Outcomes Registry – Australia and New Zealand (PCOR-ANZ) is an important tool for improving the lives of men living with prostate cancer. Registries can tell us about the characteristics of men diagnosed with prostate cancer, treatment patterns, and the types, duration and seriousness of treatment side effects. The first annual report covers information from Victoria and South Australia.
This report describes TrueNTH, a global initiative launched by the Movember Foundation which is set to markedly change the survivorship experience of men with prostate cancer and has the potential to make a big impact on their lives.
Current research evidence and practical knowledge about the core elements that make for successful work with boys and men around mental health promotion, early intervention and stigma reduction.
This report shares findings drawn from an instrumental photovoice case study to distil factors contributing to the suicide of a young, Canadian, rural-based man.
Updated estimates of the numbers of males using services for mental and substance use disorders, and investigation of the factors associated with help seeking among males.
This report describes the mental health landscape in the U.S. and, in particular, the mental health and well-being of boys and men.
This is the first study of cancer outcome to integrate DNA-based and microenvironment-based failure indices to predict patient outcome. Patients exhibiting these aggressive features after biopsy should be entered into treatment intensification trials.
A review of academic literature in relation to promoting male mental health, along with a detailed examination of the practical learning from existing initiatives.
Understand how men perceive and experience social connectedness, to identify the trigger points and pathways that lead them to lose social connections and to highlight tools that may help them develop stronger ties.
Whole-exome sequencing (WES) of 42 TGCTs were performed to comprehensively study the cancer’s mutational profile and provide further insights into genes involved in the development and progression of TGCT.
The aim of this report is to find out what the evidence base is relevant to testing the proposal that “being male” is a key consideration for understanding mental health outcomes and service development.
This study identifies contributors and warning signs for suicidality among men, and factors that may prevent or interrupt suicidal behaviour.
This report focuses specifically on young men aged 16 to 25 years and is based on findings from the first Young and Well National Survey.
This study evaluated two methods of directing adolescent males to an online treatment service: i) one which used enhanced methods to target potential barriers to treatment (Enhanced Utilisation; EU) and ii) one which used current methods (Standard Utilisation; SU).
This brief report focuses on Kids Help Phone, which is Canada’s only national, professional helpline for children, youth and young adults. BroTalk.ca is a new mobile-responsive microsite (website) and Live Chat service option for young men to reach out for help.
A circulating tumour cells (CTCs)-based assay was developed to evaluate AR expression in real-time in CRPC and investigated nuclear AR expression in CTCs in patients treated with enzalutamide and abiraterone.
This national survey is the first in Canada to examine stigma (social and self) toward men with depression and men who die by suicide.
Study exploring the connections between masculinities and experience of suicidality from suicide survivors. The findings offer multiple intervention points and strategies, including
promoting men’s social connectedness.
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