|I can answer questions about routine lab work, functional lab ranges for optimal health, what lab tests should be considered and when you need to seek a second opinion. I can also answer questions about specialty testing like: stool testing, hormone testing, and saliva testing.|
Elizabeth, MSCIT, BSMT (ASCP)
|I can answer questions about the purpose of specific laboratory tests, and can suggest specific questions the patient may want to ask their physician regarding the interpretation of their laboratory testing results. I cannot diagnose diseases or be held responsible for any information or suggestions offered. The final authority and informational resource regarding the patient's medical treatment should be their own physician.|
Thank you. This is a very involved question, and while I would be happy to answer these questions on a paid consulting basis, since expert advice on this site is strictly voluntary, in summary, the
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