Tuesday, May 05, 2009

PCRU

I received a call from Carolyn, the nurse practitioner at Dr. Druker's office last week. She was calling me to let me know that the latest PCR results had come back from a sample I had sent out a couple of weeks prior. The results came back the same as my most recent reading from Boston, undetectable. The technical name for this is PCR Undetectable or PCRU. Since this is such a sensitive test, it continues to be good news.

I am heading to Portland next week for my 6 month check up with Dr. Druker. We will be in town less than 24 hours since we are heading to Seattle from there. It will be a mini vacation. We will be meeting up with our friends from California, Russ and Angela. We can't wait.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Kudos to you!!! May this just be the beginning of many undetectable
PCR's.
Have a great trip!
Wanda

Annie - Steven's mom said...

Yesssssss - PCRU forever!
Great news.
Annie

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