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  1. Lab to forfeit $1M for unnecessary urine drug screensRead the original story

    Sunday Feb 18 | Washington Times

    ... also found that Precision Testing Laboratories "aggressively marketed an expensive and unnecessarily complex drug testing package to sober houses, despite the fact that they knew that the tests were for residential sobriety monitoring, a violation ...

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  2. Froome finishes 10th in Ruta del Sol, Wellens winsRead the original story

    Sunday Feb 18 | The New Zealand Herald

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  3. Russian curler may lose Olympic medal after failed doping testRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 18 | The Honolulu Advertiser

    Curling mixed doubles medalists from left, Switzerland's Jenny Perret and Martin Rios, silver, Canada's Kaitlyn Lawes and John Morris, gold, and Russian athletes Anastasia Bryzgalova and Aleksandr Krushelnitckii, bronze, pose during their medals ceremony at the Winter Olympics on Wednesday. PYEONGCHANG, South Korea>> A Russian athlete who won a bronze medal in curling at the Winter Olympics here has failed a preliminary doping test, putting in jeopardy his medal and Russia's efforts to move past a vast, state-backed cheating scheme that left it nominally barred from the games.

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  4. Russian curler fails doping test days after winning bronze medalRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 18 | Metro

    A Russian curler has failed a doping test at the Winter Olympics just days after winning a bronze medal, putting the IOC's decision not to ban all Russian athletes under the spotlight. The Daily Mail report that Alexander Krushelnitsky, who came third in the mixed doubles curling alongside partner Anastasia Bryzgalova, tested positive for banned substance meldonium.

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  5. Russian Olympic curling bronze medalist fails doping test at PyeongChangRead the original story

    Sunday Feb 18 | Xinhuanet

    Alexander Krushelnitsky, a Russian athlete who won the mixed doubles bronze medal at the PyeongChang Winter Games, has tested positive for the banned substance of meldonium. Olympic Athletes from Russia spokesman Konstantin Vybornov confirmed the positive case and added that they are waiting for the results of the B sample.

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  6. A bronze medal winning athlete from Russia is suspected of...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 18 | Connecticut Post

    The competitor is from the Olympic Athlete from Russia team and has been named by Russian sports newspaper Sport Express. A 2018 Winter Olympics competitor from the Olympic Athlete from Russia team has reportedly failed a doping test, according to Russian daily newspaper Sport Express.

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  7. Froome 10th as Wellens claims Ruta del Sol titleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 18 | Iol.co.za

    Chris Froome finished in 10th place at the Ruta del Sol on his return to racing as Belgium's Tim Wellens claimed overall victory in southern Spain on Sunday. Froome has dominated the attention on the event in Andalusia, as the Team Sky rider competes for the first time since the revelation of his abnormal doping test at last year's Vuelta a Espana.

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  8. Winter Olympics: Russian athlete fails doping testRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 18 | Daily Mail

    'It was so secretive I had to buy A 50 boots to play City because not even the sponsors knew': Scholes opens up on United comebacka and how he knew it was over after Bale and Dembele humbling Victorious Groves DID dislocate shoulder in win over Eubank Jnr and is now a major doubt for World Super Series final Chelsea's infamous 2009 Champions League semi-final ref reveals he received death threats: 'That night, we had to change hotels' Arsenal planning for life after Wenger as owner Kroenke's son, Josh, begins three-month visit to London ahead of Emirates shake-up England fail to reach tri-series final despite narrow win over New Zealand as white ball revolution hits the buffers Christie to decide on Tuesday morning whether to withdraw from Winter Olympics after Team GB admit her future hangs in the balance Groves wins bloody Battle of Britain: WBA champ beats Eubank Jnr despite suspected ... (more)

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  9. BC-OLY--Pyeongchang Olympics-The LatestRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 18 | TheMonitor.com

    Reports: The Russian delegation at the Pyeongchang Olympics says one of its athletes has failed a doping test. Two Russian state news agencies cite "Olympic Athletes from Russia" spokesman Konstantin Vybornov as saying the delegation received an official notification from the International Olympic Committee of the positive test.

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  10. Many employers likely to bar medical-marijuana useRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 18 | The Columbus Dispatch

    In about six months, Ohioans will be able to legally use medical marijuana if they have a condition or disease that qualifies them for that. Ohio's medical-marijuana law is loaded with protections for companies that want to stick with zero-tolerance policies when it comes to drugs, including marijuana.

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  11. Patient blindsided by $17,850 urine test that insurer said was worth $100Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 18 | The Miami Herald

    ... pain has grown explosively over the past decade as deaths from opioid abuse rose sharply. Pain doctors say drug testing helps them make sure patients are taking the drugs as prescribed and not mixing them with illegal substances. Yet the testing ...

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  12. Georgia school to drug-test with hairRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 17 | The Gleaner

    The Columbus Ledger-Enquirer reports that Brookstone School in Columbus recently announced that the drug-testing of students in grades 8-12 will be voluntary next school year and then mandatory in succeeding years. The lab will test Brookstone students for 18 types of drugs.

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  13. Rodchenkov: Gov't order to protect doped Russian footballersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 17 | KTMF

    The trophy will visit so... . FILE - In this May 24, 2016 file phot oemployees work in Russia's national drug-testing laboratory in Moscow, Russia.

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  14. Georgia school to drug-test students by using hair samplesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 17 | WSB-TV

    The Columbus Ledger-Enquirer reports that Brookstone School in Columbus recently announced that the drug-testing of students in grades 8-12 will be voluntary next school year - and then mandatory in succeeding years. Brookstone plans to use students' hair samples which are sent to Psychemedics Corp. to conduct the testing, the newspaper reported.

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  15. Sport24.co.za | Late puncture sees Froome toil on Ruta del SolRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 17 | News24

    Alcala de los Gazules - Belgium's Tim Wellens took the overall lead on the Ruta del Sol after winning Saturday's penultimate stage as Chris Froome's race was ruined by a late puncture. Most of the attention on the five-day race has been focused on Briton Froome, with the Team Sky rider competing for the first time this season, and the first time since the revelation of his abnormal doping test at last year's Vuelta a Espana.

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  16. Boxing: Fair fight on cards Parker, AJ pass drug testsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 17 | The New Zealand Herald

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  17. Incentives matter: after back surgery, a routine urine test resulted...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 17 | Boing Boing

    Incentives matter: after back surgery, a routine urine test resulted in a $17,800 bill the patient was expected to pay At a followup visit a year after Elizabeth Moreno had a disk removed to successfully treat her crippling pain, her doctor asked her to leave a urine sample; a few months later, Sunset Labs LLC of Houston sent her a bill for $17,800. Moreno's doctor had seemingly ordered the urine test to ensure that she hadn't abused her post-operative opioid pain medication, but he didn't just order tests for opioids: he also asked the lab to check for indicators of "cocaine, methadone, anti-anxiety drugs and several other drugs she had never heard of" including amphetamines and PCP.

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  18. 2 of 92 officers found positive of drugsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 17 | Sun-Star

    TWO police officers with the rank of Police Officer 2 tested positive in a random drug test conducted among at least 92 police officers last Jan. 31. According to Senior Supt. Remos Medina, Regional Intelligence Division chief of the Police Regional Office 7, the two will still undergo a confirmatory test.

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  19. Two cops tested positive for drugsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 17 | Manila Bulletin

    Two police officers will be facing dismissal from service after they were tested positive for drugs in the recent surprise drug tests conducted in Police Regional Office 7. Last week of January Police Regional Office headquarters, Lapu-Lapu City Police Office, Cebu City Police Office conducted random drug tests and two policemen with rank of PO2 were allegedly found positive in the drug test. Police Regional Office Director, Chief Supt.

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  20. Acetaminophen-induced nephrotoxicity: pathophysiology, clinical manifestations, and management.Read the original story

    Saturday Feb 17 | CiteULike

    Acetaminophen-induced liver necrosis has been studied extensively, but the extrahepatic manifestations of acetaminophen toxicity are currently not described well in the literature. Renal insufficiency occurs in approximately 1-2% of patients with acetaminophen overdose.

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