The Canadian Cancer Society website reports some startling estimates for the third leading cancer among men:
- 23,600 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer. This represents 24% of all new cancer cases in men in 2014.
- 4,000 men will die from prostate cancer. This represents 10% of all cancer deaths in men in 2014.
- On average, 65 Canadian men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer every day.
- On average, 11 Canadian men will die from prostate cancer every day.
From its modest beginnings in Australia, Movember continues to grow as an event across the word. As more and more countries join the cause, Canada continues to add to the 574 million dollars raised since 2003. From milk moustaches to wispy bristles to a full handle bar, Movember continues to raise money and awareness about Prostate cancer.
The library carries a number of resources related to Prostrate cancer. Ask us how to search for this, or any other, topic.
American Cancer Society’s complete guide to prostate cancer
Call Number: RC 280 .P7 A47 2005 (Notre Dame Campus)
Dr. Peter Scardino’s prostate book : the complete guide to overcoming prostate cancer, prostatitis, and BPH
Call Number: RC 899 .S28 2005 (Notre Dame Campus)
Prostate cancer [DVD] : your treatment options
Call Number: RC 280 .P7 P76 2007
Articles From EBSCOHost
Nicks, D. (2014). The 17 Most Influential Mustaches of All Time. Time.Com, N.PAG.
Waxman, O. B. (2014). Ask a ‘Stache: The 12 Do’s and Don’ts of Growing a Mustache for Movember. Time.Com, N.PAG.
CHARNOW, J. A. (2014). Prostate Cancer AS Safe Long Term. Renal & Urology News, 13(5), 1-5.
Look for a “Movember” window display just outside the Notre Dame Campus Library.