I am being treated at an amazing cancer center with an MO who knows more than normal people can comprehend. And its 10 minutes from my house, i see the doc weekly in person where he takes the time to answer questions even about my head itching, and i have additional checkups 2 or 3 times each week (besides seeing the MO) to check blood, etc. I love this place. I love the people, and i trust my doc. But here Im reading about the importance of getting a 2nd opinion - especially at a MO specializing in PC. So what is the ettiquete? I dont want to offend my MO. Should i do it now while im on chemo and its still working to preplan nect steps? Or do i wait until i move on from chemo to ask for help? Do i need to tell my MO - and if so, what is the right way to tell him? Or is it better to just book a consult at Mayo, fly there, here them out and never tell him unless i want to ask for a treatment change?