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Women Doctors Urge Drug Screening Curbs

November 16, 1986|Associated Press

ST. LOUIS — An organization of women doctors called for a prohibition on random and mass drug screening by the federal government and other employers, recommending instead that tests be used in treatment programs, without punitive damages.

The 10,000-member American Medical Women's Assn. adopted a resolution at its 71st annual meeting, which ends today, calling for restrictions on the use of drug tests, including complete confidentiality of test results.

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