Dear Donor/Client,

We tested your oral fluid sample. Our analysis of your oral fluid sample is for screening purposes only. The screening procedure itself does not diagnose any medical condition, disease or illness. A diagnosis can only be made by your doctor.

If you or your child has a positive result from our screening test (as indicated by a “Yes” in the far right column of the results chart below), this is because your test results have revealed a lead, mercury, cadmium, or arsenic concentration that is higher than expected (a “screen positive”). Although a “screen positive” does not necessarily mean that you or your child has lead or other heavy metal poisoning, it does suggest an increased risk for such serious health problems. If you or your child is “screen positive,” you should promptly contact your or your child’s doctor for further evaluation, testing and treatment.

We only screened your oral fluid for the heavy metal(s) requested when you ordered the test kit.
If you require further assistance, you may call or email Client Services at: 856-993-9173 or clientservices@toxyscreen.com

Our “threshold concentrations” are derived from lead, mercury, cadmium and arsenic concentrations that are considered toxic by the medical industry and various U.S. government agencies, including The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the United States Environmental Protection Agency and/or the United States Occupational and Health Administration.


SCREENING RESULTS
THRESHOLD CONCENTRATION[1]
YOUR ORAL FLUID CONCENTRATION[2]
SCREEN POSITIVE
(if “Yes” contact your doctor)
Lead
1.4 ug/dl
[1] Our “threshold concentrations” are derived from lead, mercury, cadmium and arsenic concentrations that are considered toxic by the medical industry and various U.S. government agencies, including The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the United States Environmental Protection Agency and/or the United States Occupational and Health Administration.
[2] “Trace” indicates an oral fluid heavy metal concentration that is below the threshold concentration and may be too low to be detected.