Hi thank you for your reply.
He only had 1mg of his first round of chemotherapy, before going into aniphlactic shock, we were wondering about wether he could try other chemotherapy, he had docataxel. It is on our list of questions to ask. It is adenocarcinoma of the prostrate as far as I can remember, but I will check in my file, i'm just in bed at the moment lol. PC uk have mentioned to me today about gene testing and if Kieron carries the brachia 2 gene, and the parp inhibitor, showing promising results when being used in men with the brachia 2 gene. Kieron has taken part in a genetic study when he was first diagnosed, but it only entailed a salvia sample and completion of a questionnaire. So it is on our list of questions too.
I just want to add, apart from Kieron having aches and pains, he is really well. He never loses his appetite, he looks so well, no weight loss, all his other bloods, FBC, U&E, liver profile and bone profile which are done every 3 months too are all normal. If you saw Kieron you would never dream he had cancer. Which is all good I know.