"I'm feeling better, I haven't really had any symptoms from this which is, I guess the doctors would say is surprising that I'm doing so well," said Wernicke.
He said he's only taking three classes this semester but that's given him more free time to enjoy his college life. He's made some great friends so far and he says he joined a ping-pong league.
If the treatment continues to work, it could mean one day he will be cancer free.
"That would be a miracle, I would just be so overjoyed just because cancer at any point, something could just pop up and that could be the end," he said. "It just makes me feel really good that this is working and just hope that it keeps working and it never comes back."