The name Lawrence H. Einhorn, MD, is synonymous with progress in cancer research internationally and here at Indiana University. He developed a cure for testicular cancer and is now applying his expertise to the treatment of other deadly cancers and bettering the quality of life of cancer survivors. A father of modern-day oncology, Dr. Einhorn is not only a guiding light to an entire generation of cancer researchers, but a hero to legions of grateful patients. Thank you for your interest in supporting Dr. Einhorn and his team in making the future brighter for all cancer patients.  

Dr. Einhorn’s research spans three focus areas: testis cancer, survivorship and lung cancer. To make an online gift to one of these funds, click on the “Give Now” button next to each description. 

Gifts to support Dr. Einhorn’s research are made through the IU Foundation. Donors can make gifts via credit card, check, stock, donor advised fund or IRA. We also have experts who can help with planning future gifts or contributing to Dr. Einhorn’s work through a trust or estate. Should you have any questions or would like to talk more about giving options, please contact: Amber Senseny, director of development at Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center, at akleopfe@iu.edu or 317-278-4510.

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Should you have any questions or need assistance making a gift through another method such as stock, donor advised fund, IRA or establishing a gift in your estate, please contact:

Amber Senseny
Director of Development
Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center
akleopfe@iu.edu
317-278-4510

Give Now Testis Cancer Research Fund: Gifts to the Testis Cancer Research Fund support the most pressing needs within testis cancer research within the Division of Hematology/Oncology in the Department of Medicine at IU School of Medicine. 
Give Now Cancer Survivorship Research Program: Gifts will support population science, basic & clinical research leading to a better understanding and prevention of consequences of therapy at the Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center. 
Give Now Lung Cancer Research Fund: Gifts to the Lung Cancer Research Fund support the most pressing needs within lung cancer research within the Division of Hematology/Oncology in the Department of Medicine at the IU School of Medicine.