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Cansford Laboratories scientists contribute to a new book on hair analysis

The most recent advancements on the science of hair analysis are published in new book available from October 2015 from www.amazon.co.uk!!! “Hair Analysis in Clinical and Forensic Toxicology” Contents: Hair Analysis in Clinical and Forensic Toxicology, 1st Edition (1) Anatomy

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Hair testing in case reviews and child protection

The knowledge of parental substance misuse is a significant factor in: Care proceedings where it is critical that testing results are presented on time, and are fit for purpose Case reviews and child protection when you wish to better understand parents’ drug

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Drug testing

There are various ways of testing to see if someone has been using drugs. One of these is using hair, which shows what drugs have been used over a period of months, whereas testing with urine and saliva (oral fluid)

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20th Meeting of the Society of Hair Testing (SoHT) in Brazil – 2015

Cansford’s sister company in Brazil, ChromaTox, is hosting the 20th Meeting of the Society of Hair Testing (SoHT) in São Paulo in May 2015.

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With child custody cases, fast testing times makes all the difference

Time is a critical element to getting child custody cases resolved effectively without excessive costs. We agree wholeheartedly with the desire of government and the family court service to reduce costs and improve delivery of expert witness services.  At Cansford

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With child custody cases, time makes all the difference.

Recently, it was reported by the BBC that time is a critical element to getting child custody cases resolved effectively without excessive costs: We agree wholeheartedly with the desire of government and the family court service to reduce costs and improve

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