Improved and more accurate testing for prostrate cancer would be great. But, in the meantime, GP's and urologists need to be much more informed regarding the risks of PCa in men with a raised PSA - especially those men that don't have any symptoms.
Just found out why I wasn't biopsied, almost three years ago, with a PSA of 6.1. Urologist wrote to my doctor with a diagnosis of prostatitis - no symptoms, no pain, no infection. Prescribed antibiotics.
Also just learned that my PSA was 6.8 the month before urologist discharged me back to GP. At no point did anyone mention the risk of PCa and the fact my PSA had increased again after an initial drop.
Assuming someone doesn't have PCa isn't good enough.