That is currently great news, it is most wise to get a copy of the pathology and know what the pathologist has written, I can mention stories about so called fabulous uro-docs. Sometimes the uro-doc fails to mention the pathology showed low grade or high grade P.I.N., because hey it was not considered cancer (YET). The patient would need to know as you paid for this stuff too, either insurance or cash etc., patients bill of rights is needed. In England the doc does not give your pathology and does not have too either(they can really keep patients in the dark), in USA it is legally your information, pay for the copying fee if need be.
Secondly if you wish to sleep most soundly have the pathology reviewed by: Bostwick, Epstein, Oppenheimer, Grignon and a few of the others that are "the experts" in this stuff. Have also seen reviewed pathology showing different results, this is the real world of PCa and not because I said so, because it is what happens to other patients. Maybe this advice is better for someones else's case too, but with PCa to much information does not leave bad side effects(lol).