Sometime using a visual aid helps to make a point.
The link below is to a page containing a series of statistically based graphs that plot and display various facts about
prostate cancer, arranged by age and age groups. (The page can also be displayed by googling "prostate cancer age graphs" and clicking on the relevant line).
I invite you to click on the link. If you do, you will see a series of graphs, and for every one
of them, you will also see that the number of men aged 38 "at first diagnosis" is virtually off each graph,
it is such a small number!
It even looks to me, with my poor graph reading skills, that these graphs are saying that a 38-year-old man probably has a about
a 99 % change of not
A picture is worth a thousand words?
Take a look and see for yourself! /www.google.com/search?q=prostate+cancer+age+graph&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiEyOri6JncAhVLZKwKHS6lAY8QsAQIdQ&biw=1024&bih=635
Chronic prostatitis (age 60 on)
BPH w/ urinary obstruction, 6/2011
Ongoing high PSA, 7/2011-12/2011
Biopsy, 12/2011: positive 3/12 (90%, 70%, 5%)
Gleason 6(3+3), T1c
No mets, PCa likely still organ contained
IMRT w/ HT (Lupron), 4/2012-6/2012
PSAs (since post-IMRT): 0.1 or lower