On September 9th of this year Bryan started complaining of stomach pains and I knew then something wasn’t right due to him having Autism and he doesn’t feel pain but he was crying and said my stomach hurts bad and I also noticed his lymph nodes were swollen. I took him to our local ER and they diagnosed him with having a virus and if symptoms persisted I was to Bring him back. The next day he was getting worse so I took him back and they did a CT scan and found 3 makes in his abdomen one is wrapped around his kidney artery. He has a large mass in his neck and nodules in his lungs. We were then transferred to Egleston by ambulance where he was diagnosed with stage 4 testicular Germ cell on September 11th 2016. He has been through 4 cycles of Chemo. Our next step is surgery to remove what they can and more Chemo for what they can’t remove.
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