First, I respect your opinion. But people need to step up and be accountable for themselves. I feel too many times people look to blame others for their own accountability (yes there are exceptions). Everyone has an example of the exception or the rule. What do I tell my friend's wife and children whose husband//father (my friend) did not have a PSA test until he had symptoms and died shortly thereafter in his mid-40's from a very painful metastic PCa? I believe it is a personal choice. It would be nice that we could foresee the future and spend the billions of dollars in all the right places that desperately need the assistance, but I don't think that is realistic or will happen under any circumstance. What will be the next PCa screen dilemma where money is being "so called wasted?" As long as there are people with individualities (instead of robots) there will be risk and reward decisions to be made. Some will be right and some will be wrong and we will need to learn from our mistakes. Is PCa screening right or wrong, I don't know for sure. Not many things are for sure in this world other than eventual death. I do know that I'm glad I had the screening and the treatment and thankful for the opportunity for a personal choice. I always have been known to be a little selfish though, just ask my wife.
Good luck with your personal journey!!!!