My friend (whom I think is a pathological liar) just told me that he has testicular cancer. He is only 19 years old, and he uses his father's insurance. He claims that he drives himself to the hospital, gets a chemo injection in his thigh (near his groin) or sometimes in his upper shoulder, and then he drives himself home right after. He claims that his parents don't know, which I told him would have to be near impossible since he is using his father's insurance, cause his dad should see it on the bill. However, he's still trying to convince me that he has testicular cancer. He said he found out about a few weeks ago, he said there is a tiny malignant tumor on his testicles. I was just wondering if chemo injections were used to treat or cure this specific type of cancer. Also, the odds of all of this being possible? Thank you.
Also, he claims that his hair is "falling out." He's only bee geting shots for a few weeks now, so he claims. His hair is still fine, it's thick and full actually. And every now and then he yanks a piece of hair out and says it's "more easily" coming out. And while we went out to eat, he took one bite of his chicken and two seconds later he said he had to run to the bathroom because he was going to throw up due to the nausea from the chemo.