Sensitivity or allergy? Know more with allergen component testing.

You’ve seen it many times before: a patient presents with a possible food allergy. He points to a recent reaction—itchiness and vomiting—after eating a cookie containing Brazil nuts, his first encounter. Now he wants to know whether he’s sensitive to the nut, allergic, or if it is something else altogether. Learn more

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Cardio IQ® Advanced Cardiovascular Tests: Test Descriptions

Get to know Quest Diagnostics complete menu of advanced cardiovascular testing, including advanced lipid tests, inflammatory marker tests, and cardiogenetic tests, among others.

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Know a More Comprehensive Story: The Role of Injury and Inflammation in Cardiovascular Disease Risk

See how lipoprotein risk factors and inflammatory markers can offer you deeper insight into a patient’s risk for cardiovascular disease progression in this useful infographic.

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Practice advancement: a multimarker strategy for CVD risk stratification

How many patients are you treating for heart disease or its warning signs, e.g., hypertension or hyperlipidemia? You probably know the number or have a general sense. Now, here’s the harder question: how many of those patients are at higher risk of their disease progressing or of having a heart attack or stroke? In other words, which patients should you be monitoring more closely?

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Behind every allergy specimen is a lab that gets it

Learn more about the gold standard ImmunoCAP® specific IgE blood test from Quest Diagnostics, a lab that knows allergies.

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Allergy diagnostic testing: the nuts and bolts

In this webinar, Dr. Linda S. Cox, an allergist and immunologist, focuses on best practices and recommendations regarding the appropriate use of allergy diagnostics, as well as allergy diagnostic methods and technologies.

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