Lolly stick test aims to lick drugs-of-abuse
This article was originally published in Clinica
A Cozart Bioscience saliva test for drugs-of-abuse could be available next year. The novel test collects saliva samples by placing an absorbent swab attached to a plastic "lolly stick" in the mouth.
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