All I would say to you right now is “calm down dear”. You have been diagnosed with prostate ‘cancer’ at the lower end of the aggressiveness scale, which goes up to G5+5=10 and stage 4, at which you are nowhere near.
Unfortunately, all cancers are called ‘cancer’, despite each one being a different organism with differerent rates of virulence. Whilst none are pleasant, most are much more dangerous than prostate.
Once you have your MRI result, look into potential treatments, here and elsewhere, and maybe do nothing for the time being. Your doctors will tell you the best way to go, but make sure you swot up on what treatments they are offering, and be sure you are certain that’s the way you want to go.
You are unlikely to die of prostate cancer any time soon if you do nothing, and most likely you will have something else on your death certificate when you croak at a ripe old age.
Best of luck, John
Edited by member 15 Sep 2018 at 16:18
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