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Labcorp puts together each of their testing panels specifically for each of their customers.
As such, it is impossible to tell what drugs
are tested for, let alone in what order they are tested in.
Even though your testing is being done as a random screening there are people/companies that have access to what option 4, as well as all of the other options, test for. All you have to do is ask them for that data. So. Who can you ask?
2. Your employer.
3. The department who has purchased the testing kit and is administrating the random test.
4. If this data is medically necessary for you to have you can request that your Doctor obtain these data for inclusion in your medical records.
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