I forgot to mention the Chromogranin A test -- the one that got all these tests going in the first place.
Dr. Flaig said that there are many things that could possibly cause an elevated Chromogranin A level, so we will do the test again at the next visit. He said that we know there is still cancer in the body and a few rogue cancer calls could mess with this test.
The elevated reading could also be a result of drug interactions. So we will watch it in the coming weeks and months.
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