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With Movember, men use mustaches to get men talking about cancer

Go ahead and talk about the scraggly caterpillar sprouting on Gary Stewart’s upper lip. Tease him. Giggle at him.

It’s why the 47-year-old winemaker is growing his first-ever mustache.

“It’s ugly,” he said less than a week after he stopped shaving. “What I’m hoping is people are going to make fun of me and poke fun at me. And then I can tell them, ‘I’m growing this mustache so you’ll ask me what I am doing.’ ”

What he’s doing is joining the spirit of Movember, an international movement that uses just-sprouted mustaches — what Australians call a “mo” — as a way to talk about prostate cancer, testicular cancer and other men’s health issues…

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