It's No-Shave November

It's No-Shave November

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Why are the men on FOX34 not shaving? It's No-Shave November

Each year men grow their hair out for a month, hair that many cancer patients lose. During No-Shave November you can donate the money you'd usually spend on shaving and grooming to agencies and groups that support cancer research and prevention. 

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer among men, behind skin cancer, according to the American Cancer Society. But it can often be treated successfully. Click here to learn about the cancer, and what to expect if you or someone you know is diagnosed. 

Testicular cancer is often not talked about. But the incidence rate of it has been increasing in the United States for decades. Click here for more information on this cancer.

You can create your own page to raise money with your friends at the No Shave November website.

If you'd like to donate to the American Cancer Society

More than 1,100 Lubbock County residents are expected to be diagnosed with cancer this year. You can learn about the Lubbock chapter of the American Cancer Society here. You can also stay updated on the ACS Lubbock Office by liking its Facebook page.

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