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Kathryn Russo Discusses Implications of New Guidelines Permitting Oral Fluid Drug Testing

  • November 14, 2019
  • From SHRM

Kathryn Russo discusses implications of new guidelines permitting oral fluid testing as an alternative to urine testing for Department of Transportation programs in compliance with federal drug testing regulations in “HHS Issues Guidelines for Oral Fluid Drug Testing,” published by SHRM

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