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Through this month of Movember, look no further than Remington’s Graphite Series G3 (RRP €39.99) and G4 (RRP €49.99).
The Prince of Wales Hotel Athlone will host the ultimate 'Big Fat Christmas Quiz on Thursday, November, the proceeds of which will be allocated to the Movember charity.
On Thursday, the 28th of November, the facial hair friendly Quiz Night is taking place in aid of Movember. The night is hosted by GoBus and it’s the time of the year that they ‘Moustache you a question’. The venue on the evening is The Skeff Bar which is located in Eyre Square, adjacent to the Galway Christmas Market. The quiz will be kicking off at 7.30pm with doors open to the public from 7pm. Wear your moustache with pride this November and come challenge yourself to various rounds of Movember related trivia. A fantastic night for a great cause is ensured, and also, fancy dress is very much encouraged.
University Hospital Galway became the first public hospital in the country recently to use high dose-rate (HDR) brachytherapy to treat patients with prostate cancer.
Join the Prince Bar Bro's as they help the Movember Foundation to fund groundbreaking projects in prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention.
The prostate is a small gland, about the size of a walnut, and is situated just below the male bladder. It produces fluid which binds with semen aiding in the motility of sperm.
The prostate is a small gland about the size of a walnut and is situated just below the male bladder.
Saolta University Healthcare Group, in association with Cancer Care West and the Irish Cancer Society, is holding a series of free information and support sessions for men who have been treated for prostate cancer.
Cancer Care West is delighted to launch a new course, aimed at people who have finished their cancer treatment.
Three West of Ireland men are among those who joined with Meath GAA legend Sean Boylan, former Irish rugby international Tony Ward, former RTE broadcaster and Castlebar-native Michael Murphy and nine other prostate cancer survivors today to help the Marie Keating Foundation launch a new exhibition which aims to give hope and support to men affected by prostate cancer.