I have a question about Gleason scores. I was diagnosed in July. Gleason 9. PSA 103. The ADT and chemo have worked so far. PSA is down to 0.36. Does my high Gleason score mean that my cancer is likely to become castrate resistant sooner than someone with a lower Gleason score? Once it does become resistant, there will be other treatments that the doctors will prescribe. Does a high Gleason score mean that it is more likely that other drugs will fail or not work as long as for someone with a lower Gleason score?