I'm reading "Prostate Cancer Survivors Speak Their Minds". By Arthur L. Burnett II, MD and Norman S. Morris.
IT is a neat book because each chapter is written by a prostate cancer patient, from Arnold Palmer, Ken Griffey Sr, and others from all walks of life. Some chose surgery, some radiation, some other things like active surveillance. Primarily surgery, so the book is a bit biased. BUT what I really like is they all speak about their outcomes, their emotions, and spouses speak too. I found it quite interesting to see so many points of view, so many journeys to decision making, so many different reasons for making the decisions they chose.
It's brand new and available on Amazon, which is where I found it. Copyright date is 2010 so its pretty current, although some of the stories of the patients are from decisions they made years ago.