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If you have questions regarding whether the results of your drug testing match the prescription medication taken by the patient/donor, please contact a scientist at the laboratory. We will be happy to assist you.
New verses residual use evaluation support
Active drug use verses passive use evaluation support
Often, a donor/patient will defend or excuse a positive drug test for marijuana as passive exposure. “I didn’t use…I was in a car, or a room, or a closet with someone who did.” While passive exposure may be possible with some drugs like marijuana, often in drug testing it is unlikely given the levels tested and the length of time between exposure and collection of the specimen. Please contact a scientist at the laboratory and we would be happy to evaluate the results with you to determine whether the amount of drug identified may be the result of passive exposure or is absolutely the result of active drug use.
A scientist is always happy to answer any questions you may have about drug testing. We can discuss testing methodology, cutoffs, specimen validity, drug interpretation or any other aspect of testing performed at our laboratory. We also enjoy hearing the stories and explanations that donors/patients may give to excuse a positive result and are happy to separate fact from fiction for you.
Whether your drug testing staff is new or has been drug testing for years, our training offers comprehensive yet easy to understand, real-life information regarding all aspects of drug testing from presumptive verses confirmatory testing, onsite verses laboratory testing and specimen validity testing. We debunk myths and legends and often fill in holes in the knowledge spectrum for even the most veteran staff members. Our feedback has always been very positive and we are often invited back for an encore. We enjoy a spirited back-and-forth and even bring some show-and-tell surprises. We welcome the opportunity to provide training for your staff…or for your judges. Please contact us to arrange it.