Want to go by Michael "T" for this group. Diagnosed with Gleason 7 Bi-lateral (unfavorable intermediate) cancer on 4-6-2020 via biopsy (TRUS procedure). PSA went from 6.4 to 8.5 roughly over the last year. I'm healthy and 62 (just retired – incredible timing huh). Waiting to find out if constrained to the prostate, but MRI imaging a year ago indicated that it was. Will have another on June 1. Although leaning in direction of surgery (RARP), not totally their yet. I like the probability of being cured with a good chance of having my original life span back! However, new forms of radiation therapy (IMRT, proton SBRT) may still be an option for me. Undecided. It seems to me that the post-op biopsy of the prostate and surrounding tissue is a huge plus for being cured with surgery. This of course not possible with radiation. Looking for any feedback, or key points learned from personal experience or research which could help me with this decision. Thanks a bunch!