Linked below is one powerpoint deck, from Uro Today, which I found particularly interesting. It is from a very reputable cancer center, and suggests that salvage radical prostatectomy -- after radiation treatment failure -- may be a more viable option than many people think it is. Of course, the salvage surgery is risky, needs to be done by an expert, and is far from certain to succeed. But I was under the impression that it was "nearly impossible" and "almost certain to result in horrible side effects" -- and this suggests otherwise. Anyway, it is an example of some of the interesting stuff you can find on Uro Today. (This may require registration, but that is easy and free).
Age 46. Father died of p ca.
My psa starting age 40: 1.4, 1.3, 1.43, 1.74, 1.7, 1.5, 1.5