The Limits of Science in on-the-Job Drug Screening
Panner, Morris J.
Christakis, Nicholas A.
Hastings Center Report. 1986 Dec; 16(6): 7-12.
Mass drug screening offers a deceptively simple solution to the problem of drug use among workers. Even a very effective test is subject to error. In any given group of tested individuals, some will unavoidably be falsely accused. Even though scientific tests appear to provide efficient solutions to social and legal problems, these tests should not be accepted unless they also meet our standards for fair dealing.
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