Originally Posted by BeyondTheBox
I'll be alone in my thoughts and recommendation here, as I almost always am, but...
Respect his right to do what he thinks right for himself. Ask all the questions you'd like, but don't make any decisions or think for him.
Nobody can nor has any right to judge or determine what is right for another. It's only self-centric and righteousness that leads one to assume for another.
Absolutely, but keep in the back of your mind that sometimes, the chemo can make you a little loopy. My Mom was even weirder than normal during her chemo season, a little more paranoid and MUCH more concerned with how others looked at her. Also, there is a time to say "dumbass! you are getting over the cancer; you can and need to accept help." (be prepared to duck) I maintain that driving yourself 30 minutes down the highway and through traffic to and from your chemo treatment is just a bit too stubborn.
She had it in 1995, no reoccurences or anything; she is as normal as she ever was.