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International

Volunteering, Learning,

and Teaching

    Dr. Curington has been fortunate to be able to learn from many sources. He has done medical exchanges in France, Malta, New Zealand, and Mexico, as well as vasectomy-specific exchanges in Canada, Thailand, Kenya, and the Philippines. “From each of these experiences, I have learned so much. I am especially thankful for the teaching from Dr. Michel Labrecque, Dr. Ramon Suarez, and Dr. Douglas Stein. Each of these great vasectomists have shaped my career and helped me along in my goal to give patients the best possible vasectomy.” Dr. Curington has especially enjoyed his international volunteer work for NSVI (No-Scalpel Vasectomy International). He has participated in overseas volunteer missions to bring free no-scalpel vasectomies to men who want to control family size, but have limited resources to afford vasectomy on their own. Dr. Curington also participates in and serves on the Medical Advisory Board for  World Vasectomy Day.

    Dr. Curington in the operating room in Kisumu, Kenya

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    in the Philippines in 2013


    in Kenya in 2013


    in the Philippines in 2014