Jim Hand wrote:
> Is there any way that can happen other than either the
> January or April test being in error?
My PSA has bounced around'n'around and up'n'down between <0.002 and
0.053 for > 5 years now, all from the same test at the same lab. Error?
Test accuracy limits? Real biochemical variations? Do we use those silly
charts and trend lines the stock market technical analysts do to make
sense of it?
I don't know the answer, so I can't say "Oh, $#!+!" or "Don't worry;
you'll be fine", but my academic and seasoned hands-on oncs are not
excited about my variations, which are on the order of 60% of yours.