Write a 5 – 7-page (approx. 1250 1750 words) paper on one of the following topics: Urine and blood testing for substances
This assignment should be researched using at least three sources. Internet sources
should be academic in nature, not taken from blogs, Wikipedia and so on. The paper
should be double-spaced, set in a 12-pt. font with standard margins (default margin). You
should include a title page that states your name, student number, the name of your
instructor, the name of the module, the title of the paper and the hand-in date. You should
include a bibliography. Paper and bibliography should be formatted properly. Use APA
style formatting. Microsoft word has a template in document search. Please include the
following information in your paper:
1. Urine Toxicology and Blood Testing
What is it?
When did it start and for what purpose?
Explain the procedures step by step for both urine toxicology and blood testing
Why are they used and by whom?
What are some of the issues that might come up using these tests?
What are the positives and negative of using these tests?
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