Movember is an annual initiative in the month of November that is dedicated to raising awareness for men’s health issues such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and men’s mental health. Since 2003, the Movember Foundation has empowered millions of men and women to join this global movement for men’s health. During November, men are challenged to grow - and women to support - a moustache or to make a commitment and be active for 30 minutes a day. The Movember Foundation has raised over $650 million for men’s health and generated countless conversations. Join the movement and the Yale team.
Dr. David Hesse gave a talk titled "Everything Men Want to Know About Male Urology But Are Afraid to Ask” at Yale-New Haven Hospital, Saint Raphael Campus. Dr. Hesse discussed prostate cancer as well as erectile dysfunction, testicular abnormalities, and urinary incontinence.
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Yale Urology physicians are showing their support of men's health. Participating men start on November 1 with a clean shave, and grow mustaches during the entire month to spark conversations about men's health issues. They are called “Mo Bros.” Pictured: Dr. Thomas Martin, Dr. Charles Walker, Dr. Stanton Honig, Dr. Richard Dean, and Dr. David Hesse.