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Burpees for Bros: Mo Bro Pete Tulumba turns the challenging exercise into a vigorous fundraiser for men’s health.
I survived testicular cancer. I do Movember to raise money and beat this disease, so that one day all men will survive.
I do Movember because my Dad no longer can. As he fought prostate cancer, I fought to make sure that other men would survive.
It started back in 2012 with a 100km run, and each year I have tried to set myself a challenge that was bigger, braver and more outrageous.
Each Movember I grow my Mo to save my bros, and my sons, who grow with me and have a family history to now worry about.
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Cancer has taken a lot from my family. My son will never know his grandparents. That’s why I’m doing this.
It’s a lot easier to talk about why I cut my moustache, than to ask friends or family if they’ve had their prostate checked lately.
My journey with Movember started off as a bit of fun. But the experience became real in 2009, when one of my best mates took his own life.
Prostate cancer didn’t just take my Dad, it took my best friend. He’s inspired so much of my life and during Movember he inspires me to wear a moustache.
For Nic, being able to talk about his illness was life-changing. He's made it his mission to help others do the same.