Hello Everyone: first my best wishes for all...We are rooting for everyone. So Ron Had his Urologist Appt. yesterday. He will go back on Lupron for maybe 9 months to a year. The urologist said since Both T and PSA went up together that it is not refractory or resistant ca. So Back on Lupron since it was doing a good job for the 14 months Ron was on it (negligible PSA and T on it.... but after 6 mongths off med 1.7 psa and 10.4 T) And everyone who had read our original post stated WE NEEDED TO GET AN MO WHO SPECIALIZES IN PC...so we asked to be referred and our urologist will refer us. I was surprised that he said... "but the MO wont tell you anything I havent already told you" . what do you think about a comment like that? We both found that a weird thing for the uro to say. Also we asked for scans because we dont trust PSA and he will order us a bone scan. Also we asked the pharmacist for his opinioin and he said MO was definitely a good idea and that he could also refer to a Radiation Oncologist if there is bone pain, which there is. Another funny thing is that when Ron mentions his bone pain to Uro he tells us it probably isnt because of the CA. I dont like the word "probably" in any answers from docs.... we kinda like to know more. So anyway, long story short we have been referred to MO and for a bone scan because we asked for it. thank you everyone for your continued support.