Talking about cancer treatments is scarier than I thought it would be. And much more overwhelming. The oncologist was really nice, though, which made it better. We are getting another appointment with a different doctor soon to go over if he qualifies for a certain kind of radiation that lowers the risk of a secondary cancer down the road. And it does look like the cancer is in the stomach nodes.
But even with it being in the nodes (stage 2) the oncologist said more than once he is confident it’ll be cured. It’s just a matter of Adam getting through treatment and, hopefully, getting a treatment that’ll lower his chance of another cancer down the road. He’ll get through this. He’s strong. But no one should ever have to face any kind of cancer, any stage of cancer, ever.