Trey: Response has been great so far, i had just hoped for a continued downward trend.
I read some of your earlier posts, and came across one:
"It is not so much a "slower response", but rather a plateau that occurs where the number of leukemic cells remains fairly constant for a while. I believe this response plateau occurs at a point where the drug has killed off the lower level leukemic cells (lower progenitor level) and the tougher ones to kill remain (upper progenitor and low level stem cells). It appears to take some additional time to kill off this upper level of leukemic cells. So the initial response is often much steeper, then sometimes a plateau, and then a more gradual further decline in leukemic cells."
So i guess im at that point, i just jumped abit when reading the results and they had gone the "wrong way" but i knew that it wasnt a big issue.
Anyway, thanks for putting it into perspective for me, i know i should be happy with these results.