William sent a message to Stephen H. Rusckowski – President and Chief Executive Officer of Quest Diagnostics – Email Address that said:
Dear Sir I am trying to get an explanation on the test results we received. I have shown this to several Doctors and Pharmacist none agree on what the results are.
The test was administered on 2/27/2016 and received by Quest on 03/01/2016 and the report generated on 03/03/2016.
Patient name is Aronov, Mark v age 14 mo.
The test was for DIPHENHYDRAMINE on line one in range says none detected yet in the paragraph that follows it says Concentrations of diphenhydramine between 100 and 3500 ng/ml were found in urine.
So what is the answer was it found or not?
According to the Doctors and Johnson Johnson uncontrolled administration of over the counter medication containing diphenhydramine can cause severe and permanent brain damage to a baby of this age.
That is the reason we are scheduled for court on 11 May 2016. We are seriously concerned for the welfare of this child but the test result are of no value is they cannot be interpreted.