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Larry Einhorn, MD, answers questions about testicular cancer

April is Testicular Cancer Awareness Month. Testicular cancer, though rare, is a cancer that primarily affects young men. It also differs from other forms of cancer in that it has a high cure rate — but first, it has to be detected. We asked the world’s foremost authority on testicular cancer, Larry Einhorn, MD,  the Livestrong Foundation Professor of Oncology and professor of medicine at IU School of Medicine and a physician scientist at IU Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center, about what can be done to discover and treat testicular cancer.

Brian Hartz  |  Apr 13, 2021

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Mohammad Abu Zaid, MD

Indiana Myeloma Registry tracks individual patient journeys, data in search of a cure

Hoosiers with multiple myeloma can provide important data to researchers at Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center who are searching

Candace Gwaltney  |  Mar 25, 2021

Michael Koch, MD

Dr. Koch answers questions about prostate cancer

Michael Koch, M.D., chair of the IU School of Medicine’s Department of Urology and a member of the IU Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center, is a

Michael Schug  |  Nov 17, 2020

Darron Brown, MD

HPV expert Darron Brown, MD, discusses the vaccine’s dramatic impact on reducing cervical cancer

A recent, new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine — which has been hailed as a “milestone” study — confirmed that widespread

Michael Schug  |  Nov 11, 2020

Kathy Miller and Harikrishna Nakshatri

Genomic medicine key to treating aggressive breast cancers disproportionately affecting African American women

Compared to white women, the lifetime risk of developing breast cancer is slightly lower for African Americans; however, the risk of dying from the disease

Laura Gates  |  Oct 09, 2020

Working from home during a pandemic

Clinical Trials Office juggles research work, life amid a pandemic

Before the World Health Organization declared the spreading coronavirus outbreak a pandemic on March 11, the staff of the IU Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center’s Clinical

Michael Schug  |  Oct 02, 2020

2020 Wright Scholars

2 students with interest in combining cancer research with patient care are Wright Scholarship recipients

Two women pursuing their medical degrees with an interest in combining cancer research with patient care have been selected as the 2020 IU Simon Comprehensive Cancer

Michael Schug  |  Sep 14, 2020

Ronald Boris, MD

IU physicians, Purdue scientists collaborate to develop a test to detect kidney cancer

Cancer physicians at Indiana University and scientists at Purdue University are working to develop a urine test that would enable patients to avoid an invasive,

Michael Schug  |  Jul 10, 2020

David Roodman, MD, PhD

Named an IU Distinguished Professor, Roodman continues storied multiple myeloma research career

Progress in multiple myeloma research and improved outcomes for patients is the driving force for physician scientist G. David Roodman, M.D., Ph.D. Roodman started researching

Candace Gwaltney  |  Jun 17, 2020