[The information here is provided by John Fistere.]
MultiGraph is a free medical graphing service provided by the Prostate
Cancer Research and Education Foundation, 5480 Baltimore Drive, Suite 202,
La Mesa, CA 91942, 619/461-8181.
The MultiGraph system provides on one page a graphical picture of your
medical history, correlating in time the history of your PSA and other data
with your tests and treatments.
To the right you will see a reduced image of a sample graph. Double-click on it to enlarge for better viewing.
You can see another case at:
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These graphs can be useful in
discussing your case with your doctor. You should have at least a few PSA
values to chart. You can plot other variables in addition to PSA.
Many hundreds of charts have been send to hundreds of clients since 1996.
There are two ways of getting a MultiGraph:
1. Go to http://www.prostate-help.org/capcref.htm and enter your data.
You just fill in the blanks.
2. Create a chronological digest file. The instructions for for a digest
can be found at http://members.cox.net/jfistere/PSAVariability.htm.
However, many of the digests that you have posted on mailing lists are
perfectly suitable just as is. If you can't figure it out, just send what
you have. The advantage of this method is that you can include as much
explanatory information as you like in any format you like.
Mail your digest to JFistere@cox.net. Your confidentiality will be
maintained. If you have any questions or want detailed instructions mailed
to you, send email to the same address.
You will receive your graph(s) by email, along with a report and digest
ready for editing to get your next update.
Try it, you'll like it!
Prostate Cancer Research and Education Foundation
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