Hundreds of millions of drug tests are administered each year in the United States. A requirement for many private and public jobs, military service, and even for obtaining certain controlled medications, drug testing is a fact of life for many Americans.
Here are three common situations that can result in inaccurate drug test results.
The study of cancer genes has shown significant, quantifiable abnormalities within the genes themselves. Cancer-causing genetic mutations and the study thereof are at the forefront of modern medical research. What are the opportunities and roadblocks within this constantly-evolving discipline?