You are right, you are certainly a lot more knowledgeable than I am on the topic.
Having said that, as a 40 year old father of four teenage sons, my (perhaps) more long range perspective on health and wellness, and how your priorities change over time, might be useful to some members. I also happen to have a close friend who has fertility issue, and spend years trying medications and treatments, dropping tens of thousands of dollars to give his wife a baby. I would hate for this kid to make decisions in his early twenties that change the entire trajectory of his life, or that cause the love of his life to move on because he cant have children. It would also be unfortunate for a healthy young man to get gyno because he ran a Dbol kickstarter on his first cycle, and didn't even have something on hand to manage estro.
If he wants to make this decision, that's fine and its his choice. But he should do so with eyes wide open, knowing the full spectrum of risks, even if they are slim. I still stand by my original statement that the fact that he did not mention and AI, and had not researched HCG, are red flags, I think most would agree.