CT scan results and immediate operation
They had found a bleed in his brain and they suspected it was caused by an underlying tumour. He was operated on a few hours later. Raj was rushed to John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford. He was operated on a few hours later.
The surgeons took as much of the tumour out as they safely could. We were then given the devastating news: the tumour was malignant and very aggressive – a grade 3 or possibly even grade 4 tumour.
We had a couple of months at home with Raj while the hospital worked on the pathology of the tumour.