Thanks for your reply, and I'm very happy to hear that the paper I
found got you off to a good start.
There isn't anything you need do at this point...with my posting a
formal answer here, your account will be automatically charged.
Since you're fairly new to the process, let me mention a few things:
--This particular Q&A is open for as long as you'd like it to be. If
there's anything else you need, just post a Request for Clarification,
and I'll do my best to help you out.
--I spent a good deal of time looking for this study as well:
Liebertz Casodex, Kelly WK, Theodoulou M, et. al.
High dose Casodex for prostate cancer(PC): PSA declines in
patients(PTS) with Flutamide withdrawal responses.
Proc Am Soc Clin Oncol 14:232, 1995.
I couldn't find it online, or in any of the databases I have available
to me, but it seems worth hunting down, just the same.
--You are certainly welcome to direct future questions to my
attention. Just include something like "Attn: pafalafa-ga" in both
the Subject of the question, as well as the Question itself.
Be aware, though, that if I'm out of commission for any reason (busy,
sick, vacation, etc) your question may languish for a while.
Again, don't hesitate to let me know if there's anything else I can do for you.
search strategy -- searched Google and several medical databases for:
casodex psa "sharp drop"