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FDA clears DxNA’s valley fever test FDA clears DxNA’s valley fever test

FDA clears DxNA’s valley fever test

healios.com - The molecular diagnostics company DxNA LLC recently announced that the FDA had cleared its test for the rapid detection of coccidioidomycosis, or valley fever. Laboratory Sciences of Arizona/Sonora Quest Laboratories, Banner Health in Arizona, TriCore Reference Laboratories in New Mexico, and the University of Arizona in Tucson and Phoenix all participated in the clinical study to validate the test.

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Mission of Mercy Celebrates 20 Years of Delivering ‘More Than Medicine’ in Arizona Mission of Mercy Celebrates 20 Years of Delivering ‘More Than Medicine’ in Arizona

Mission of Mercy Celebrates 20 Years of Delivering ‘More Than Medicine’ in Arizona

Mission of Mercy Arizona, a Phoenix-based nonprofit dedicated to providing free primary medical care and medications to those in need, will celebrate its 20-year anniversary with the “More Than Medicine” awards dinner. This year, the event recognizes Sonora Quest Laboratories and Dignity Health with the Healing Through Love Award, and Al Asendorf, M.D., a volunteer physician, with the Medical Hero Award.

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Corporate Philanthropy: Sonora Quest Lab employees rack up 2,200 hours of volunteer time Corporate Philanthropy: Sonora Quest Lab employees rack up 2,200 hours of volunteer time

Corporate Philanthropy: Sonora Quest Lab employees rack up 2,200 hours of volunteer time

David Dexter, president and CEO of Sonora Quest Laboratories firmly believes corporations must serve their communities in good times and bad. Over the years, Sonora Quest has become a valued partner to such nonprofits as JDRF and the American Heart Association, but its first and most significant partnership continues to be the one it shares with Mission of Mercy, which serves thousands of Maricopa County’s medically underserved and uninsured families.

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Mountainside Fitness to offer customized wellness testing to health club members

Mountainside Fitness is partnering with Sonora Quest Laboratories to offer wellness screens to members at a discounted rate.Taking advantage of a relatively new Arizona law that allows consumers to

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ABC15 Covers Valley Fever Testing Available Through My Lab ReQuest ABC15 Covers Valley Fever Testing Available Through My Lab ReQuest

ABC15 Covers Valley Fever Testing Available Through My Lab ReQuest

ABC15 in Phoenix recently covered Valley Fever and the testing Sonora Quest Laboratories provides for this infection through our My Lab ReQuest service. Anyone, with or with or without a doctor's order, can order a Valley Fever screening through My Lab ReQuest for just $35.

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Valley fever is 'nasty stuff,' victim says Valley fever is 'nasty stuff,' victim says

Valley fever is 'nasty stuff,' victim says

eastvalleytribune.com - Corey Schubert winces a bit as he describes how he felt while suffering from valley fever. “It’s the worst thing, ever,” the Gilbert resident said. “It is really nasty stuff.” Valley fever is caused by the fungus coccidioides, which grows in soils in areas with low rainfall, high summer temperatures and moderate winter temperatures.

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Greater Phoenix Chamber announces 2017 IMPACT Awards finalists

phoenixchamber.com - Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce (GPCC) has selected 20 deserving local companies as finalists for its 30th Anniversary of the IMPACT Awards. The Chamber’s IMPACT Awards honor the accomplishments of businesses and the positive effect they have on the Valley’s business community and economy. Sonora Quest Laboratories is nominated in the category for large businesses.

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Trump Wants To Return Power To Patients; Consumer-Ordered Lab Tests May Be Perfect Place To Start

forbes.com - If you want a simple blood test and live in New York, Rhode Island, or many other states, it may cost you dearly – not only for the cost of the test itself (whatever that eventually turns out to be), but also for the cost of visiting your doctor who must order the test. But if you live in a state like Arizona, you can simply walk into a lab such as Sonora Quest.

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For $35, you can find out if you have valley fever, without going to a doctor

tucson.com - Sonora Quest Laboratories has added valley fever to its list of tests that can now be ordered by patients without a doctor’s order.

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Sonora Quest, UA. Arizona join for valley fever warning system

tucson.com - Sonora Quest Laboratories, the state and the University of Arizona are partnering to create a system that will warn the public when valley fever, a potentially deadly disease, is active.

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