NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Quest Diagnostics reported Q3 revenues today of $1.89 billion, meeting analysts' average revenue estimate, but representing flat revenue growth versus $1.88 billion in Q3 2015 on a reported basis.

Quest's Diagnostic Information Services revenues grew 2 percent compared to a year ago. Volume, measured by the number of requisitions, also grew 2 percent versus the prior year and revenue per requisition was flat.

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