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STACHE STATS - Movember Infographic

J 362F - University of Texas at Austin
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Meleena Loseke

on 25 November 2013

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Transcript of STACHE STATS - Movember Infographic

STACHE
Movember Worldwide
Began in 2003
30 members
Melbourne, Australia
Today, 10 years later
4 million+ participants
21 countries
2012
$147 million
raised
1.1 million
registered
participants
Movember in the U.S.
$21 million
raised domestically
83.1%
of those
funds are allocated to
men's health programs
Movember funds
577
projects
STATS
MO HISTORY
First razor fashioned in
30,000 B.C.
Oldest known "mo"
portrait:
300 B.C.
MO FUN FACTS
World's longest mustache: 14 feet in length, belonging to Ram Singh Chauhan of India, who regularly massages it with mustard and coconut oil to keep it healthy.
In a deck of cards, the King of Hearts is the only king without a mustache.
On average a man with a mustache touches it 760 times a day.

"A Mo Sista supports the power of the moustache and is dedicated to supporting the Mo Bros in her life throughout their moustache-growing journey."
2013 LEADERBOARDS
Country
Canada // USD $17,313,544
United States // USD $14,172,975
United Kingdom // USD $12,844,779

Big Moustache On Campus
raised
$81,000
last year
and
$1,611,122
so far this year.
CANCER IN THE U.S.
The average life expectancy for American men is almost
years less than women (presently 76 compared to 81)

five
in men, and 1 in 3 women, will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime.
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PROSTATE CANCER
Over 238,000 new cases of the disease will be diagnosed and almost 30,000 men will die of prostate cancer in 2013.
A man is 35% more likely to be diagnosed with prostate cancer than a woman is to be diagnosed with breast cancer.
One new case of prostate cancer occurs every 2.2 minutes and a man dies from the disease every 17.5 minutes.
The incidence rates are double for African American men.
If detected and treated early, prostate cancer has a 97 percent success rate.
TESTICULAR CANCER
Testicular cancer is the most common cancer in males between the ages of 15 and 35.
It is a highly treatable type of cancer with a very good cure rate (about 95%) if found and treated early.
7,920 new cases of testicular cancer are expected to be diagnosed in 2013.
Because treatment is so successful, the risk of dying from this cancer is very low: about 1 in 5,000.
370 men will die from testicular cancer in 2013.
A man's lifetime chance of having testicular cancer is about 1 in 270.

MENTAL HEALTH
Men generally have lower levels of awareness of mental illnesses than women
Over 6 million men (7% of the population) are diagnosed with depression each year
One of the most common manifestations of mental illness is depression
Depression affects more than 19 million Americans every year, regardless of age, race, or gender
Types of mental illness: depression, anxiety, psychosis and schizophrenia

Info courtesy of us.movember.com
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