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Choose from Four Options
$99 for a basic food panel to detect up to 46 food allergies (a $199 value)
$119 for an expanded food panel to detect up to 90 food allergies (a $249 value)
$99 for a regional panel to detect up to 45 environmental allergies (a $199 value)
$199 for a comprehensive combination panel to detect up to 90 food allergies and 45 environmental allergies (a $399 value)
Trained staff members draw blood samples during appointments and provide clients with detailed and quantified allergy reports within 10 days.
Any Lab Test Now
At Any Lab Test Now, HIPAA-compliant technicians help clients to take control of personal health by readily performing standard laboratory procedures such as food-allergy tests, STI tests, and basic checkups. Since 1992, the advanced health-care facility has made medical laboratory testing available to the general public, and it welcomes clients without appointments, health insurance, or experience in riding a giant centrifuge at a state fair. In addition to individual health examinations, the staff offers employment solutions and screening to ensure safe and drug-free workplaces. All tests at Any Lab Test Now are performed confidentially.
Any Lab Test Now
Founded 20 years ago by Dr. David Perlow, Any Lab Test Now boasts more than 100 centers nationwide where technicians administer thousands of standard lab tests priced to increase access and affordability for uninsured or low-income patients. Each location doubles as a draw center, where technicians acquire the specimens necessary for popular services—including glucose readings, micro-nutrient screenings, and urinalysis—before sending them to an offsite laboratory for testing.
Any Lab Test Now respects the need for discretion, so each HIPAA-compliant test can be taken anonymously in certain instances. Results are often available within 24–48 hours, and can be mailed, faxed, picked up, or transmitted telepathically for ultimate confidentiality. Though the team doesn’t divulge any medical advice, results can also be passed on to primary-care physicians for further analysis.