Pathologists & Labs~contact info~some details~some pricing info

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zufus
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   Posted 8/26/2010 12:25 PM (GMT -6)   
I have started this for basic information on some of the leading pathology people or labs, others can add to this list. My information today is limited, I am waiting to hear from Bostwick Labs via email I have some of their old pricing 2003-4. These phone numbers are old now, should be valid still.
 
David Grignon (Michigan)- was on Dr. Strums 'experts' list  313-745-2520
David Bostwick (Virigina)-  800-214-6628     www.bostwicklaboratories.com
Jon Epstein  (John Hopkins) 410-955-5043   410-955-2162
Jon Oppenheimer  (Tennesse)  888-868-7522
Lab Corp (Dianon Labs)  800-328-2666
Uro Cor   800-411-1839
 
Jon Oppenheimer-  these are insurance prices given not cash payment deals:  ploidy analysis (told on phone today) $120 extra;  PCa3 urine test  $319 ;   Normal pathology is $150 per core sample and 12 biopsies= $1800;  cytology cost is  $210
(Oppenheimer old information I had from like 2003)- Pathology  $225, complex pathology  $275, medicare accepted...not sure if these were cash prices or insurance, maybe cash prices)
 
Lab Corp/Dianon Labs- does do ploidy testing and can do PCa test through Conneticut branch
 
Epstein does not do ploidy analysis testings  (fyi)
 
Bostwicks (old prices not valid now, looking to update soon)-2003? prices
Pathology standard (12 biopsies or 6 ???)= $350;  DNA ploidy- $340;  PCa3 (UMP3 old name was)= $350  5-7 days turnaround time      (old email contact was  JNAVARRE@Bostwicklabs.com)
Will update if I hear from Bostwick Labs....others can add to this stuff...for others benefit.
 
You can have your pathology reviewed literally forever, the sample/slides are usually stored and do not go bad, so review can be done anytime. Good for second opinion or further investigations and other optional testings they may offer, do inquiry as to what they can test, chromagrin or dye testings etc. Always get an actual copy of your pathology report, not a summary type thing.
You can call ask them about variants, are they identifiable with DNA ploidy is a good question or is it further testings.
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