Urology faculty ditch their razors for a good cause

Some members of Baylor’s urology department were sporting a new look during November, when they stopped shaving for the month. But it was all for a good cause – to raise awareness for men’s health and prostate cancer, in particular.October has come to be known as Movember or No-Shave November as men either grow moustaches or quit shaving altogether to raise awareness of Men’s Health Month.

Despite the fun of the month, there’s an important message that needs to be conveyed about the risk of prostate cancer, treatment options and even prevention. Read more about these topics in the Baylor press release.

Movember in Baylor urology

Drs. Miguel Mercado, Guilherme Godoy, Seth Lerner and Michael Coburn grow facial hair to raise awareness of men’s health issues.