Although the context of the book is different, I'm going to suggest a recently posted download pdf booklet that I wish I had been given at my first diagnosis:
Now, this is a booklet that is talking about helping men understand what screening is all about, and the fallout of being diagnosed, so do not look for suggestions from it.
I am a 57 year old, and with a much worse biopsy, I chose DaVinci surgery. Given that I was diagnosed late, possibly due to a lack of PSA tests (my fault), I was already over the hill, so to speak. I also elected to do follow-up radiation based on post-op pathology.
If I had been earlier in the evolution of the PCa, I would have elected seeds (not a casual comment, I have some experience with the statistics and process as an investor in a company in the marketplace). Pity that I was too late, an understatement.
What do I like about my choice -
They cut the little bugger up, and I know for sure that the worst case scenario was brutally true. (I was not left with false hopes).
I probably added at least a few years to my life. At least five, perhaps many more.
What do I regret about my choice -
Nerves are gone, and ED is guaranteed for life.
Incontinence is real. I will be wearing pads for an unknown time into the future.
I had to do radiation, and still have bowel, incontinence, and fatigue issues at four months out.
It (PCa) is tough on your body, harder on your mind.
That is my experience - none of us on the board can/should suggest a treatment, as I see it.