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Medicine’s Ryan Marino explains why low-cost drug tests often yield faulty results

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NBC News: Ryan Marino, assistant professor at the School of Medicine, discussed low-cost narcotics tests, which are often imprecise and prone to user error. The problem, he said, isn’t specific to a single manufacturer—it’s the basic chemistry of the tests.