As Lynn says, it is complex. You cannot do a simple “X Y Z means treatment A B C.” The situation has so many parameters and every case is different.
Understand your husband’s situation, do the research, ask questions of them and in here and get to the point where you can trust that they are making the right calls based on the evidence and that you don’t feel the need to second guess them based on things you think they have missed. If you can get to that point, brilliant. If you can’t get to that point then that is where things like second opinions come in. The NHS is not perfect but being in a situation where you are all one the same page is the best state of affairs for all of you.
Just remember you are not alone and there are plenty of people here to support you,
edit The above only need apply if anything actually happens!!!!
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