Midwest Illicit Drug Crisis: Identifying Signs of Drug Abuse in a Loved One

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Approaching a loved one with concerns about their drug use is not easy. Doctor ordered appropriate drug testing can help determine the best course of action.

A Guide to Help Physicians Identify Opioid Misuse in the Midwest

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Screening patients for possible opioid misuse depends on the circumstances and it’s not always easy to determine. However, here are a few ways for medical professionals to screen for opioid misuse.

Colon Cancer Awareness and Lynch Syndrome

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Lynch syndrome, also known as Hereditary Non-Polyposis Colorectal Cancer (HNPCC), is the most common cause of inherited colon cancer. Find out more.

When Exome Sequencing is the Answer

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Ask any parent whose child has a serious health condition or birth defect “What is the value of a diagnosis?” and they will tell you that an answer is worth everything. When a child presents with an undiagnosed condition, they may undergo multiple genetic tests in search of an answer. When those tests come back […]

KNOW if You Have the Flu with a Simple Test

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The best way to tell the difference between a cold and the flu is to get tested. Learn more about Quest’s nasal swab test.

Resources for Lyme Disease for Healthcare Professionals and Patients

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Accurate, unbiased information on Lyme disease and related tick-borne illnesses is critical for decision-making and patient care.

American Cancer Society Lowers Colorectal Cancer Screening to Age 45, Adds Additional Testing Options in Updated Guidelines

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This change in ACS guidelines would allow approximately 21 million people more to have access to colorectal cancer screening. 

Older Patients with Chronic Conditions Can Benefit from Extra Care

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Chronic Care Management (CCM) services are one of the ways in which Quest is moving beyond medical office walls to aid providers in assessing individuals and populations and closing gaps in care.