You have not mentioned the report of the bone scan as that will determine whether the treatment offered to you is correct. If the bone scan is normal, then you have been offered the correct treatment although there is another option which we, at our centre have found to have better results. In this, we first give hormone therapy
in the form of a surgery called bilateral orchidectomy (removal of both testis) and then follow it up with RT. If the bone scan is not normal, which means that the cancer has spread to the bones, then there is no role for radiation
therapy and he should be treated only with hormone therapy.