My daughter had an Ambry geneticis CF Amplified blood test done Nov 7. The medical assistant from the doctor's office called and wanted to get my cell number because her test should be pulled from Ambry's computer and faxed to their office yesterday afternoon. When she had not received it, she called Ambry back and they preceded to tell her that it may be the end of the week before they have it because it is in mutation. The medical assistant was not familiar with that term and My child is the first child they have ever used the ambry genetics test for. Does anyone have any idea what that would mean? While I have personally dealt with what a the diagnosis would mean, I am still anxious until I know something for sure. The medical assistant could only offer that if we got a "bad" diagnosis, then at least we would be able to treat my child.
Thanks in advance for any insite anyone can give.