My son received a DQ due to a brain tumor he had when he was 5 years old. There was also a request for an AMI regarding another unrelated matter that I don't see being a big issue. The tumor, however, seems to be a another story. The tumor was benign, was 100% removed, never reoccurred and is the type that rarely reoccurs, no signs of issues, side effects, or problems, and my son was medically cleared as no longer needing to have MRI's. In other words, he rec'd a clean bill of health. We have a lot of medical records, doctor letters, etc that support the above. The AMI was addressed a couple days ago. Nothing was requested regarding the tumor. I wonder if the best approach is to simply answer the AMI questions we were asked and wait to see what is requested during the waiver process (hopefully) on the tumor, or is being proactive better by providing the tumor medical records and doctor's letters upfront? I haven't been able to find much online regarding benign childhood tumors like this and working through the DoDMERB process. Thanks in advance for any advice!