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Dominion Diagnostics to Sponsor 2013 Addiction Professional Panel Series as Thought Leadership Partner
Date:3/26/2013

NORTH KINGSTOWN, R.I., March 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Dominion Diagnostics, a leading national provider of clinical drug testing and medication monitoring services, will sponsor a year-long series of regional educational Lunch'n'Learns hosted by Addiction Professional, a magazine published for the addiction treatment field by Vendome Healthcare Media.

Dominion Diagnostics has been designated by Addiction Professional as a Thought Leadership Partner for 2013.  As a lead sponsor and designated partner, Dominion will participate in each event in the educational series.  Each panel in the series will feature thought leaders and experts from the addiction treatment and behavioral health fields discussing critical topics in managing addiction treatment today.

A number of the 2013 series featured panelists are members of Dominion's Addiction Medicine Advisory Board, an assembly of 14 recognized thought leaders with vast experience in the addiction medicine field. The Board focuses on collaborative research, developing and delivering educational curricula, and understanding field trends to assist Dominion in designing clinically relevant products and services for addiction treatment providers. 

"For more than 16 years, Dominion Diagnostics has demonstrated an ongoing commitment to the recovery community and a dedication to advancing patient care and improving outcomes by supporting treatment with state-of-the-art laboratory science," said David E. Smith , MD of San Francisco, California. "Dominion is the precise thought leadership partner to promote education for addiction treatment providers in the field today." 

Dr. Smith is well-known in the field for establishing the Haight-Ashbury Free Medical Clinics in 1967. Dr. Smith is also a past president of the American Society of Addiction Medicine, a current participant in the San
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