I guess I left out a few detail, sorry. My husband is 52 in good health otherwise works out regularly, hikes and quit smoking almost 2 years ago. His PSA score before the biopsy was 8.3. The biopsy report (which he didn't get a copy of) stated that out of 12-14 core sample (if I am using the proper terminology) only 1 had signs of cancer and it was 5%. I don't know if this in an average of bad or good outcomes. I only know the doctor said that the prostate should be taken care of or removed completely. I hope this helps some.
Thank You again, appreciate any replies.