The U.S. Navy Drug Screening Lab (NDSL) Great Lakes has announced an administrative review is underway following the discovery of a sample that incorrectly tested positive for methamphetamine. Upon discovery, the lab immediately ceased its amphetamine and methamphetamine testing pending careful review. The administrative review will analyze the records of amphetamine and methamphetamine samples dating back to 2006. The lab continues to test for other illicit substances. If the investigation determines that any servicemembers incorrectly tested positive for amphetamine or methamphetamine, the Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center will immediately contact the personnel bureaus of those servicemembers.
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