NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) -- Quest Diagnostics today reported that its second quarter revenues were up 1 percent year over year, meeting analysts' consensus estimate.

Quest's revenues for the three months ended June 30 were $1.93 billion compared to $1.90 billion for the second quarter in 2014. The top-line figure matched Wall Street's expectation.

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