Chris, a valid question that I would ask, one that you may want to ask yourself, is what would YOU
with that increased amount of data?
Would you exercise more, knowing that exercise helps to slow PC progression? Well, while I don't know your exercise routine in specific, the vast majority of American men should reduce their weight and exercise more for PC reasons, heart reasons, and other health reasons.
Would you change your diet, knowing that the diet/nutrition choices you make can either feed or retard cancer growth? Well, I don't know your diet habits now, but the vast majority of Americans, dietary choices and physical activity are the most modifyiable determinants of cancer risk (multiple cancers...and most of us here need to be thinking about the next cancer we might be getting).
Would you start secondary therapy? Probably not with today's therapy modes.
Would you worry and have anxiety for what has a sizable probability of not being a real issue? Probably.
Think before you jump.