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

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."

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.

The Writing Doesn't Have To Be On The Wall

On March 27, 2005, Nathan Tomlin, made a plan to take his own life. He’d experienced bouts of depression throughout his life and was reeling from the recent death of his mother. He wrote a suicide note to his family and made of playlist of music to see him through to the end.

Rob Krar: Running with Depression

Legendary Canadian ultrarunner Rob Krar has joined forces with men’s health charity, the Movember Foundation to raise awareness of the crisis in men’s mental health.

Hugo’s story: An army of support

“I am generally a young, fit and healthy person. So the thought of getting cancer would have never crossed my mind.”

Eric’s story: Be an advocate for your health

“I didn’t go to the doctor right away. It really comes down to the macho nature of men.”

The day Alice will never forget

Alice's dad found his prostate cancer too late. She shares the story of losing him in hope that it will prevent others from experiencing the same loss.

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.