04 December 2007

Updated Lab Porn!

With a wink to Brian and a nod to Paul, here's a little update of my viral load results,plotted as they should be on a logarithmic scale:It makes the blips look a little scarier, but they do quickly return to undetectable. The difference in the plateau levels is all about when Québec stopped using the viral load test sensitive to 500 copies per ml and started using one sensitive to 50 copies per ml. I record my 'undetectable' results on my spreadsheet (and therefore on my graph) as 499 and 49 copies respectively (by test sensitivity), which helps to remind me that there is still some virus there.

1 comment:

Acid Reflux (acidrefluxweb.com) said...

You go girl! Beat them down with a stick if you have to!