I too am a newbie to the Prostate Cancer NHS Case load
Just to let you know that I was diagnosed in October 2018 PSA 99 then 67 T2 Biopsie not good at all but the good news is The Active Cancer hasn't spread.
What a relief after two months of "What next?" Wait and See "More tests then a scan' wait and see
Decision Active Watching - seeing a consultant in January after another PSA.
I am now planning my life forward again - hooray.
As a matter of interest I did the Sloan Kettering thing and according to the statistic analysis - PROBABILITY
The good news is that I have a TWO percent chance of dying from untreated prostate cancer in ten years
The bad new is that I have an 88 percent chance of dying of some thing else
The really good news is that means I have ten percent chance of living ten years - possibly much more than I expect
If you find any more sad links to Kierkegard words of wisdom - for crying out loud, be a bit more optimistic and original
Proverb - Statistics are brilliant - especially if you know the answer you want before you start