#Movember is about more than just charity
REGINA – Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall is throwing down the gauntlet — or perhaps the razor — to Prince Edward Island Premier Robert Ghiz.
Helen Branswell notes that the public doesn’t know the precise details of the cancer that killed Jack Layton and considers whether Canadians need more disclosure from political leaders.
Science-ish looks at the evidence on PSA testing, mammograms and the true benefits of screening
The singer-songwriter’s candid and moving account of prostate cancer, along with a video interview and new song—for your iPad
Anti-Movember editorial is offensive and just plain wrong
Eventually, Canada will begin to oblige men in Layton’s position to be excruciatingly forthright about their health
Men whose index finger is longer than ring finger are less likely to develop it
Plus, a second opinion about prostate cancer, homeless soccer stars, a chilling Holocaust detective story, a new novel from the author of ‘A History of Love,’ and what the Bible says about sex
Layton gets more wear out of his wedding day outfit
The NDP leader talks—begins at about the four minute mark—to George about cancer, health care and the New Democrat cause. Deep insight into the eternal optimism of the New Democrat
In all sorts of ways, it’s difficult to imagine him ever stopping
Stephen Harper, Michael Ignatieff and Gilles Duceppe extend their best wishes. News and reaction from the Globe, Star, Post, Sun, CBC and CTV. Canadian Press has a primer on prostate
The controversy over this particular screening flares up again