Sorry you and you're family are going through this.
You are at a very anxious point - just discovered this, which has come out of the blue. You probably don't know much about it, don't know what's going to happen, so you're imagining all the worst possible outcomes.
Can you tell us what procedures your father has had, what his PSA is, any diagnosis you already have, and what test (or maybe a consultation) you're waiting for in November? We can explain what these are, and what to expect next. Even just explaining the diagnostic pathway to you can help to start to understand what's happening, and less of a feeling of it all being out of your control.
I note you are based in the US, and some of the diagnostic procedures are done in a different order than in the UK.
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