Gardiner Harris reported considerable opposition to this new report in the New York Times on Saturday, link to the story here. But prostate patients do not want potentially unnecessary "castration", chemical or actual, to prevent future cancer blowback. Men are finding out what a more publicized problem for women can really feel like.
CNN says that the ratio of indolent prostate cancers to aggressive (like my father had) that would actually need to be removed with radical treatment to save a life, is 47:1. CNN says that men should be aware of the statistics (which seem to favor "watch and wait" most of the time.) I would think a biopsy could identify which type. But men may experience a "shame" factor.