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  • 1.Quest Diagnostics

    210 S Grand Ave Ste 124

    Glendora,CA

    2.01 mi

  • 2.Quest Diagnostics

    554 E San Bernardino Rd Ste 103

    Covina,CA

    3.37 mi

  • 3.Quest Diagnostics

    546 W Badillo St Ste A

    Covina,CA

    3.32 mi

  • 4.Quest Diagnostics

    227 W Badillo St

    Covina,CA

    3.35 mi

  • 5.Quest Diagnostics

    1801 Highland Ave

    Duarte,CA

    3.44 mi

  • 6.Quest Diagnostics

    420 W Rowland St

    Covina,CA

    3.86 mi

  • 7.Quest Diagnostics

    1135 S Sunset Ave

    West Covina,CA

    5.36 mi

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07/08/2013
By: blowsmoke
Medomics
MEDomics is a privately held molecular diagnostics company that was founded in 2008 with the mission to provide Mutation Expert-based Diagnosis ("MED") of a patient's genome to better allow the physician to deliver personalized treatment. MEDomics was founded by Dr. Steve Sommer MD, PhD, FACMG, an initial member of the American College of Medical Genetics and a pioneer in the analysis of genetic variants that cause disease. MEDomics provides genomic solutions for the diagnosis of mitochondrial and Mendelian diseases using Next Generation Sequencing methodology and custom proprietary bioinformatics pipelines for variant analysis that yield the most in-depth clinical reports in the industry. Our world-class team uses bioinformatics, clinical genetics, and mutation analysis to provide high quality interpretations of genome data, which we believe will lead to improved diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of human disease. MEDomics is recognized as the first lab focused on CLIA Next Generation (NextGen) sequencing for personalized medicine.
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Basic home test kits and the first step in most professional lab tests involve a simple qualitative analysis -- this means the test will determine the presence of a substance above a certain level, but will not determine the exact amount present in the sample. If a qualitative test indicates the presence of a substance, a professional lab test may then perform quantitative analysis to determine precise levels. Different types of drug tests have different tolerances for accuracy. In addition, taking certain prescription or over-the-counter medications could affect the accuracy of some drug tests.
For a common urinalysis drug test, there is little someone needs to do to prepare. Since these tests will require a small amount of urine, you may want to drink an extra glass of water about an hour before providing the sample. Test providers should be informed of any medications you are taking, as some of these might change test results.
In the case of tests administered for employment, professional sports or parole programs, testing is usually done at the expense of the person or group ordering the tests. At-home testing kits may cost as little as $10 for basic tests, or more than $100 for more advanced types.
Home drug-test kits are available from most drug stores and can screen for either a panel of substances or only one specific substance. Home test kits are less advanced than professional lab equipment, so they will indicate the presence of a substance but will not indicate the amount present. Some tests will give a quick, broad preliminary result at home, but can be sent to a lab by mail for more rigorous testing.
In cases when drug test results are not available within a few minutes, results are often mailed to the employer ordering the test.

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