Here an interesting twist for HT club members.
I have chimed in from time to time about the difficultly of the traditional meds to keep my T levels down. Started with Zolodex, worked for 7 months before T started rising, then went to Degarelix for about 11 months before it too stopped working. My oncologist was thinking surgery (castration) or zytiga as the next step, but we tried Lupron first. Due to its chemical similarity with Zolodex, we werent expecting much, but after 4 weeks it has cut my T down from 180 to 75. Still not low enough, but on the right path. It may not last too long either but rather than shooting the zytiga bullet now (i cant bring myself to the surgical option), we are currently thinking of a degaralix shock treatment -- 240 mg instead of the usual 120mg.
Not sure its been done too often before, but right now its sounding good to me.