In May 2015 I had this result: - Immunophenotypic evidence of persistent chronic lymphocytic leukemia / small lymphocytic lymphoma (CLL/SLL, ~49.7% of total), CD38(-) and ZAP-70(-). See
Last week I had this result: Immunophenotypic findings consistent with CD38-/ZAP70- Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia/Small Lymphocytic Lymphoma (CLL/SLL), comprising ~79% cellularity. See
Flow cytometric analysis shows a monoclonal B-cell population with expression of
CD19, CD20 (dim), CD23, CD5 and lambda light chain (dim). FMC-7 is negative. CD38
is negative, and ZAP-70 [negative] is expressed in ~7% of CD5 positive B-cells.
I was able to look my results up on line. I don't see the doctor til next month. Is this bad news? Also I looked up the result of my bone marrow biopsy and it said "quantity insufficient" so I think I went through that for nothing?