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$462.00Covered tests: Drug Abuse Screen 9, with Confirmation, Serum (partial) (Quest)
Extra tests (click to add to search): Drug Abuse Screen 9, with Confirmation, Serum (partial) (Quest)
Covered components: PCP (Phencyclidine)Extra components (click to add to search): Comment:, Pentobarbital, , , Combined Total, Norpropoxyphene, Propoxyphene, Marijuana, Secobarbital, andButabarbital , Amobarbital , Butalbital , , Phenobarbital , Oxycodone , Hydrocodone , Hydromorphone , 6-Monoacetylmorphine , Morphine , Codeine , Opiates , Methadone , Alprazolam , Lorazepam , Desalkylflurazepam , Nordiazepam , Oxazepam , Methamphetamine , Amphetamine , Methadone , Amphetamine Screen, Serum , Barbiturates , Propoxyphene , Benzodiazepines , Delta-9-THC Carboxy Acid , Delta 9 THC , Cocaine Metabolites , Ecgonine Methyl Ester , Cocaethylene , Benzoylecgonine , Cocaine , MDA , MDMABlacklisted States: NJ, RI, NY$462.00
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