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Debunking the myth about sensitivity in drug and alcohol testing

Date:24 APR 2024
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With all the news about deep fakes, authentication and transparency in the news at the moment, Cansford Laboratories Reporting Scientist Jayne Hazon has examined a recent laboratory claim about sensitivity and the myths surrounding it, relating to drug and alcohol testing.

Jayne hopes the blog post will offer a greater understanding for Lexis Nexis readers about the realities of drug and alcohol testing – and aid ongoing CPD and learning.

She begins in the blog by explaining the basic terms and concepts used in drug testing, and provides an understanding of how small the concentrations of drugs and drug metabolites really are, when undertaking analysis and testing.

 

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The blog also offers real-life case studies which demonstrate the importance of understanding sensitivity in drug and alcohol testing – something which you may have come across or not with your own clients.

Not only are we offering Lexis Nexis readers free access to the blog in full, you can also download a complimentary brochure about Cansford’s new dual Peth and blood EtG test as well.

Click here for full and free access…

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