Keeping Our Eyes on the Ball: IU's Leadership in Testis Cancer Research & Care

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The cure for testicular cancer was developed at Indiana University, and IU remains a world leader in testis cancer research and care. Men diagnosed with testicular cancer face different treatment options including chemotherapy, radiation and surgery. Urologic oncologist Clint Cary, MD, MPH, and cancer survivor Steven Crocker will discuss these therapies, with a focus on nerve-sparing surgical techniques developed at IU.

Crocker, a newscast director, has embraced his new one-nut identity, using humor to make others comfortable talking about their testicles. To connect with Steven, find him on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram @stevencrocker.

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The cure for testicular cancer was developed at Indiana University, and IU remains a world leader in testis cancer research and care. Men diagnosed with testicular cancer face different treatment options including chemotherapy, radiation and surgery. Urologic oncologist Clint Cary, MD, MPH, and cancer survivor Steven Crocker will discuss these therapies, with a focus on nerve-sparing surgical techniques developed at IU.

Crocker, a newscast director, has embraced his new one-nut identity, using humor to make others comfortable talking about their testicles. To connect with Steven, find him on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram @stevencrocker.

The cure for testicular cancer was developed at Indiana University, and IU remains a world leader in testis cancer research and care. Men diagnosed with testicular cancer face different treatment options including chemotherapy, radiation and surgery. Urologic oncologist Clint Cary, MD, MPH, and cancer survivor Steven Crocker will discuss these therapies, with a focus on nerve-sparing surgical techniques developed at IU.

Crocker, a newscast director, has embraced his new one-nut identity, using humor to make others comfortable talking about their testicles. To connect with Steven, find him on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram @stevencrocker.

Simon Says Expert Series

The cure for testicular cancer was developed at Indiana University, and IU remains a world leader in testis cancer research and care. Men diagnosed with testicular cancer face different treatment options including chemotherapy, radiation and surgery. Urologic oncologist Clint Cary, MD, MPH, and cancer survivor Steven Crocker will discuss these therapies, with a focus on nerve-sparing surgical techniques developed at IU.

Crocker, a newscast director, has embraced his new one-nut identity, using humor to make others comfortable talking about their testicles. To connect with Steven, find him on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram @stevencrocker.