What could be better than that? PCRU would be, of course, but I'm still MMR at 0.02% so I'll take that!
This raises the question of why it takes so long for some of us on here to get the results back? Granted, Mayo laboratories do the testing right there in house, but when I hear weeks and even months for some? That doesn't make sense when it obviously takes fewer than 7 hours to run the test, so the hold up must be getting the results to the physician and, in turn, the physician getting the results back to the patient.
I've never had more than two tests at MMR, the first time I had the pleural effusion and had to stop Sprycel for a few months. Looking at past PCR results I've always had two consecutive results that were exactly the same before I experienced a drop, so maybe next time I will add another zero to the result. Here's hoping anyway!