Not trying to be nosy (in Hawai'i we call it niele (knee eh lay)), just gives me an indication on the nature of treatment and the ability to withstand the treatment.
Background: I do some research in cancer, albeit mostly brain tumor related varieties.
Didn't mean to insinuate that you were, sorry. I would love to know also, as it would give me a better understanding of what he might have to deal with. I will definitely try and find out, my daughter, unfortunately doesn't share much with me. I could call his Aunt, she will know.
I'm like you, in a second life (to old at 70 for it now) I would have been a doctor or nurse. I love helping people, especially family, the mentally challenged and the elderly. I love the smiles on there faces when they get attention that no one else gives to them.
I find the medical profession very interesting, so like you, I do a lot of research into things, like my grandson's cancer.
I'm glad that it didn't go to his brain. It all started with the testicular cancer, then one cell got into the lymph nodes. They were going to do a short round of chemo, but he was in his last semester of Law School and the doctor thought he would be okay? In hindsight, that would have been the best thing to do, but he felt comfortable waiting, based on the odd's and also wanted to graduate with his twin brother from Law School.
If I can find out, I will let you know, like I said.
Take care, Granny7