Why Movember is so important to us at BLH

Jack Reinsfield|16th November 2018

It’s over halfway through November and many of the men at the Blue Latitude office are starting to sculpt a magnificent moustache. Whether they opt for a handlebar or a pencil thin, decisions based on style, or woeful facial hair genetics are now being made – Movember is in full force.

The Movember foundation work tirelessly to raise money for prostate cancer projects, and also fund research projects for testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention. They have been around since 2003, and in their 15 years have inspired over 5 million Mo bros to fund more than 1,200 men’s health projects around the world.

At Blue Latitude Health, we work with many companies and organisations involved with prostate cancer treatment, and whilst we are a healthcare strategic marketing consultancy who better understand the commercial landscape of the disease and the many challenges involved there, we also understand the pain and hardship that the disease can cause for patients and their loved ones.

Fred Basset, co-founder of Blue Latitude Health said “Supporting Movember gives us an opportunity to directly support foundational research in prostate cancer. This is critical in progressing the science that underpins the novel therapies that we help bring to market”.

Being that Movember has done so many great things for prostate cancer research, and many other men’s health issues, it is an important time of the year for us at Blue Latitude. Since 2014 we have had many Mo bros and Mo sisters doing their part to raise money for this worthy cause, and this year is no different.

If you would like to help the Blue Latitude team raise money for the Movember foundation by donating, please visit our Blue Latitude Movember page by clicking on this link.

Why we’re taking a stand against multiple myeloma

Natasha Cowan|25th March 2019

March is Myltiple Myeloma Awareness Month, a disease which has personally touched the lives of many people at Blue Latitude. For the rest of the month we have a few events planned to mark our continued commitment to combatting this disease. 

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What it means to be a CALM company

Jack Reinsfield|20th March 2019

Blue Latitude sits down with CALM’s Director of Corporate Partnerships, Andrew Brown, to talk about what CALM does, how to sustainably safeguard mental health in the workplace, and what it means to be a CALM company.

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Why we're running: London Marathon 2019

Jack Reinsfield|8th March 2019

This year, seven staff members at Blue Latitude Health will be running in the London Marathon, and fundraising for Bloodwise UK. This is why we're running. 

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