What now? The U.S. Preventative Services Task Force says PSA tests for prostate cancer in men don't mean much. I was diagnosed with prostrate cancer three years ago after a PSA test showed elevated results. I then had a biopsy that showed minimal cancer cells and my wise Doctor said to just watch and wait. The last PSA test showed stabilized numbers and he told me to call back in a year for another physical examination. I assume the PSA test will not be part of it. All of this is leading to lots of confusion for men. Should one even get a biopsy based on elevated PSA numbers. Biopsies are pretty invasive. Glad I didn't opt for surgery. It must all be pretty confusing for Doctors too.