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Decline in Prescription Drug Misuse More than Twice as High in States with Broad Drug Abuse Prevention Programs, New Quest Diagnostics Health Trends Study Finds 07-16-2014

Three-year analysis of more than 1.4 million test results also shows majority of Americans continue to put health at risk through dangerous drug combinations and skipping doses

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Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and Quest Diagnostics Partner to Advance Precision Medicine in Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment 06-01-2014

Diagnostic insights into gene mutations in solid tumor cancers will aid therapy selection and prognosis for patients and advance research

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Athena Diagnostics to Present Original Research on Neurogenetics at American Academy of Neurology's 2014 Annual Meeting 04-28-2014

Company scientists advance understanding of role of genetics in seizure disorders, Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease and other conditions at top neurology industry conference

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Kansas Governor Sam Brownback visits Lenexa laboratory 05-27-2014

Kansas Governor Sam Brownback (R) recently visited our Kansas City laboratory in Lenexa, Kan., during a groundbreaking ceremony for a local highway improvement project.

The three-year $288 million transportation project in Lenexa will improve traffic flow in a growing location that has 230,000 vehicles pass through each day – a number that’s projected to increase to 380,000 vehicles a day by 2040. State and local representatives broke ground on the project April 22 on the southwest corner of Quest’s property.

“Quest has a good location with a view to the transportation construction site, so our facility was selected as the location for the ceremony,” said Pat O’Brien, Vice President of Operations, Midwest Region. “Since our Lenexa lab and National Operations Center together employ almost 3,000 people in the region, the governor was interested in our operation and ability to attract and hire highly skilled employees.”

At the end of the ceremony, Gov. Brownback toured the Lenexa lab facility with Pat and Dawn Forst, Director of Lab Operations.

“Gov. Brownback has long been involved in public service, and it’s important that he and other legislators at the state and federal levels of government continue to meet with us and see Quest Diagnostics’ contribution to their home states,” said Dolly Judge, Vice President, Government Affairs. “There’s no better way to do that than to spend time with our colleagues and hear about our business and the jobs we produce. We’ll continue to invite and encourage our legislators to work with us, to get to know us and support our business and the patients we serve.”

Governor Sam Brownback


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Quest Diagnostics Showcases Care360 EHR

MADISON, New Jersey, March 24, 2011 – Later this month, Quest Diagnostics will demonstrate how physicians can benefit from $39 billion in federal incentives by utilizing Care360™ EHR. The 12-week... Read full article

OVA1 Blood Test Detects Cancer More Accurately

OVA1 Blood Test Detects Ovarian Cancer More Accurately Than Medically Accepted CA 125 Method for Evaluating Women with Ovarian Mass

MADISON, N.J. and AUSTIN, Texas, May 12, 2011 /PRNewswire... Read full article

Quest Diagnostics Reports Strong Performance in Third Quarter 2009

- Total revenues of $1.9 billion, up 3.9%
- Diluted earnings of $1.02 per share, up 26%
- Cash flow from operations of $374 million, up 14%
- 2009 EPS outlook increased to a... Read full article

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