Thanks Justin. You bring up some good points. I left Mayo in Feb 2016 with a protocol in hand for my local oncologist. It calls for MRIs every quarter the first two years, semi annually the next five years while in remission. Once I hit five years, I’m considered cured. My doctor and I have discussed my reaction to ProHance. Yes, the ProHance goes In through a vein. I believe at my next appointment in October, I will be asking the question of early detection vs these negative side effects. From the time I was diagnosed, I’ve had 16 MRIs with contrast. I know it takes a toll on the kidneys. I feel like I’d recognize the symptoms if my cancer were to reoccur.