Mouthing Off for Drug Testing

February 2006
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Feb2006, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p60
Trade Publication
The article focuses on Fonda New York-based Keymark Corp.'s use of oral-based drug testing for its employees. Oral-based drug testing eliminated the drawbacks of laboratory-based urine testing while offering more effective results. It can detect substances that have recently been ingested as opposed to urine tests that require the body to metabolize the drug.


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