Day 26 is almost complete… and as you settle down to watch ‘Celebrity’ or the European Cup spare a thought for those about to discover they have prostate or testicular cancer…
Movember is the month where men around the world use our faces as an advertising hoarding by growing a moustache to raise awareness of cancers which affect men.
Please click here to visit my 2013 ‘Mospace’ – add your valued support through a donation, however large or small.
My plan for 2013 is to follow last years ‘dodgy South American bandit look’ with a Tom Selleck look alike, so I will all the help I can get!
Quite flattered by (some) suggestions so far, Yvonne thinks it is almost Tom Selleck, Richard suggested ‘Tom Conte’ from Shirley Valentine, but less flattering Dave from the separatist celtic lands to the north a less flattering ‘Dolmio Man’ – What do you think of it so far??
Special thanks to Dave and Brian from East Kilbride Cricket Club Former Players for their donations last night.
Movember is a month when men (and women!) join to support the improved awareness of Men’s health, particularly Prostate and Testicular Cancer. Mo-Bros and Mo-Sistas show support by being clean shaven on the 31st October and growing a stunning (or less than stunning) moustache (Mo) over the month of November. Then (quite often governed by the views of partners) either shave off the Mo on the 30th November, or retain as an additional bit of furniture over Christmas and beyond.
Prostate cancer is the most common male cancer in the UK, accounting for almost a quarter of male cancers. Each year, nearly 35,000 men are diagnosed and more than 10,000 die from the disease. Testicular cancer affects one in 450 men before the age of 50 and is the most common cancer in men between the ages of 15 and 45. The number of cases in the UK has doubled in the past 20 years and around 2,000 new cases are diagnosed each year, thankfully only 70 men die of it.
Please click here to visit my 2013 ‘Mospace’. ….. thanks..