Blog posts tagged as Movember



Prostate Cancer Canada Looking for Volunteers
2010-08-16 4:08:24 PM
Volunteerism is an extraordinary thing. People volunteer for a host of different reasons, all of them valid and good. Volunteers define the best of who we are....
The Amazing Movember Moustache Ride!
2010-11-01 3:17:55 PM
If you're up for some light exercise you could always grab your bicycle and join Team Theta Omega Mo, Brad Hails, Brandon Pascoa, Cam MacDonell, Jesse Hayman and Nick Kewin, for a few kilometers on their little excursion beginning Monday, October 18th...
Movember
2010-11-03 12:32:09 PM
Gentlemen, prepare to grow and flow your moustache for Movember to change the face of men’s health- specifically cancer affecting men.
Movember Style Guide
2010-11-11 3:54:06 PM
Gentlemen, is your new moustache itchy, or growing wayward? Never fear, now is the perfect time to groom your Mo to greatness.
My Month with Mo
2010-11-17 10:39:01 AM
When I put on the original cheesy Halloween Frito-Bandito moustache on November 4th as a humourous gesture to raise awareness for Movember, never did I think I would be wearing a moustache to work everyday.
Prostate Cancer Canada and Movember: How We Work Together
2013-11-13 9:05:44 AM
It’s the exciting hairy month of Movember, and as President and CEO of Prostate Cancer Canada, I couldn’t be more pleased with what this global phenomenon has done to raise awareness and funds for prostate cancer in order to eradicate the disease.
Canadian researcher discovers clue to identifying aggressive prostate cancer
2018-07-24 1:26:34 PM
“Junk DNA” found to have huge effect on cancer cells
What can a man’s biology tell us about choosing the right treatments?
2018-10-23 11:35:42 AM
Prostate Cancer Canada and the Movember Foundation today announced $4 million for three leading Canadian researchers to predict how well prostate cancer will respond to treatment based on men’s biological markers, specifically in their tumour cells and blood.
Blood markers that predict men who need more treatment
2018-10-29 9:00:00 AM
Dr. Paul Toren of the Université Laval in Québec City is zeroing in on blood markers that can predict the likelihood of prostate cancer progressing – vital information that can lead to more personalized care.

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