Posted 12/10/2013 7:11 PM (GMT -6)
I think even Johns Hopkins, the biggest proponent of the annual biopsy, is considering moving off that position. Klotz believes that annual is overkill, and after the first couple show no change, one every 5 years or so may be adequate.
One thing to consider is having an mpMRI (3T w/endorectal coil)/US-guided or a color doppler US guided biopsy to determine once and for all if there is evidence of cancer. Perhaps your original biopsy slide was misread?
Another option is Dr Coleman at MSK is doing a clinical trial of focal electroporation that includes the above mpMRI/US fusion.