Simon Barnett's wife Jodi is 'responding well' to radiation treatment for brain tumor

Simon and Jodi are "enormously grateful" for the support they've received.

Simon Barnett has given an update this morning on his wife's Jodi's treatment for a malignant brain tumor.
He spoke to his More FM colleagues and listeners from his home studio in Christchurch, telling them that Jodi is "responding really well" two weeks into radiation therapy.
"We're doing really well...Jodi's started her treatment so we're two weeks into that and seems to be responding really well so we're just enormously everybody for the love and cards and prayers."
Jodi is scheduled to have radiation treatment every day for six weeks. She will then undergo a six month course of chemotherapy.
Simon and Jodi have been married for more than 25 years.
Simon last shared an update on Jodi's progress three and a half weeks ago. He broke down while talking to his More FM colleagues and listeners about the ordeal the family had been through.
Jodi was rushed to hospital in Christchurch on the morning of April 29th after suffering a "substantial seizure" out of the blue. Scans revealed she had two tumours. She underwent surgery to remove the lesion and the couple were told "it couldn't have gone better."
"We were very hopeful that it was going to be benign," Simon told listeners. But their worst fears were confirmed when it turned out to be malignant.
"Everybody says it...nothing seems to matter when you're confronted with life and death...I can tell you now from first hand experience...not any single material possession that you care to name matters one single jot when you face losing someone."
Watch: Simon's emotional update on wife Jodi's battle with brain cancer. Story continues after video.
Simon has been on extended leave since Jodi's seizure. He had originally planned to be back on air on June 5th but his return has been delayed so he can support her through her radiation treatment.
Simon and Jodi have been married for 25 years and have four daughters.
Simon has been with More FM for more than 20 years. It was announced last year that he is due to leave the station in 2019 and take up a position at Newstalk ZB.