Your other thread provides details that can justify the doctor’s comment of "inconsistent with cancer". PCa usually forms at the peripheral tissue areas and in your husband case it was found at a rare place, “the anterior”.
The baddy here is that he was not much concerned with the high PSA and did not give the needed attention to the case. In more experienced clinics your husband would been subjected to more detailed tests for confirmation.
Here is the link of his diagnosis;
Your meeting with the oncologist Dr. Mark Scholz will clarify many of your doubts. Most probably he will not recommend you surgery because he dislikes the treatment to the extreme as described in his book “Invasion of the Prostate Snatchers”. Instead he may recommend you the hormonal treatment which is his field of trade.
I would still get a second opinion from an unbiased source. The results from JH will provide you important information. In any case, I still think that your husband’s status and age (73) is good enough for any treatment he chooses. Is that; surgery, radiation, hormonal or chemo therapy. The risks and side effects should be taken into consideration. There are always things that one could not live “without it or with it”.
Wishing you both the best.