Thank you Bob,
This is all great information. 50% is more like it. It should be interesting to see what the real numbers are once they test the thousands.
One inference I am making (i.e., someone correct me if I am not understanding something), if a relapse-remission patient tests negative, then there is a 95% or better chance ones true present state is remission.
If that is true, then, I for one, am somehow relieved for now.
Weird, instead of "sorry it was negative" should it be, "Great to hear it was negative, and if she gets tested again, I wish you it is negative again?"
P.S., we also have a new scientific test for disease activity to add to the MRI. Don't know if it is cheaper of more expensive. But, anything new is exciting as it happens so rarely.