Doctors make big money testing urine for drugs, then ignore abnormal results

November 29, 2017 Julie Miller

Kaiser Health News

In nearly a dozen recent criminal cases, prosecutors have cited evidence that doctors supplied opiates to patients with repeated abnormal urine test results.

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