My husband was diagnosed in December 2016. At that time even though he was told that life expectancy is six to twelve months, we didn't believe them and kept hoping and praying as his cancer was only affecting one lung and a lymph node. We thought the doctors will try their best to keep him going for at least a couple of years but I've never felt they were doing that. Now my husband has got bone mets in the spine, rib and pelvic area. He was given one dose of keytruda which sent him to hospital for 4 weeks. We thought the oncologist will wait for him to get better and may be go back to maintenance chemo to keep things stable, instead he told him that the best option for his situation is to have no treatment! My husband at first cried but accepted that could be for the best but when I took him home, he became so depressed that made him so ill and tired, stopped eating and even walking to the bathroom is now a challenge. The pain from his back and side are severe and he is on oxycodone SL and liquid (oxynorm) which is making him extremely lethargic and gives him hallucinations. I requested an appointment with the oncologist to discusd this but my only fear is that my husband will not have enough energy to show that he can have the treatment. Has any one had similar experience. Please share.