I need your help.
When my Uncle Barry was officially diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2006, he made a point of not only informing me, but pleading with me to make sure I got checked out. Because he was a guy who put off health issues, doctors discovered his prostate cancer later-stage. That resulted in later, more severe treatments, and lower probability of survival. He died two years later.
That’s among the big reasons I’m participating in Movember, a global campaign toÂ raise awareness and funds for male health, especially diseases like prostate cancer. That means I’ll be growing a moustache. Haven’t decided what kind, but I’m going to have fun with it, while following the rules.
Bonus! Twenty guys in the Clickable New York office (that’s half of us) are participating in Movember. We’re photographing everything along the way. I’ll share photos shortly.