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Bruce - I'm curious about the following statement you make in this post. " For those physician practices that remain independent, the lab to which they send their specimens is often chosen based on logistics issues." My experience as a consumer of lab services is that my provider knows which lab my work needs to be sent to based on insurance, it has nothing to do with logistics or physician convenience, at least here in NJ. Once Theranos is on the radar of the insurers and has a big enough presence, I would be VERY surprised if they aren't able to negotiate being the prefered lab provider for major carriers, thus allowing them to get significant additional business/growth...

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