I have seen your numbers and it would seem we have a similar experience. Your PSA at age 49 was over 100. Mine at 44 was 19.8 and it's pretty obvious that it would have continued to rise by the time I would be 49 if I wasn't "luckily" Dx at 44. I guess to rephrase, if I had't been examined for a few more years, I am pretty certain that I would have been over 100 at age 49. I have two questions for you. First, your signature does not state what your Gleason was. Would you mind clarifying that? Second, What and who made the decision to stop Lupron after 9 months? Also a side question, how has your diet changed since you found out you had PCa? OK that was three questions. I am very curious about your experience because it would appear that we are very similar and that I was just Dx earlier that you were. Not sure of the significance in the long term but I am certain that you just might have valuable information for me. I am very happy to read your experience as you appear to be doing quite well for a long time. Thanks in advance for your time to respond. And my prayers for continued good progress.