I too want to join in wishing you well with the Feraheme scan.
I was also amused by your comment about UCLA. Their prognosis for you was most unfortunate of course, but some of their docs and researchers have done wonderful research and treatment for prostate cancer patients. I'm thinking that androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) may not be a strong point at UCLA, though I am not at all sure. UCLA may look poor in ADT in comparison as there are some doctors highly expert in ADT in the Los Angeles area, and I'm aware of some unfriendly back-and-forth with UCLA. One expert, whom I'll refer to as Dr. B, was once asked by a patient about the dire prognosis he had had from a prominent Dr. at UCLA. Dr. B's response was more or less that "That's a really grim prognosis; fortunately the doctor does not know what he is doing." (Dr. B would not make it in the diplomatic corps
, but he has done wonders for patients.)
Take care and good luck,