Quest, Athena File Another Motion to Dismiss Amended Wrongful Death Complaint | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Quest Diagnostics and subsidiary Athena Diagnostics have filed another motion to dismiss Amy Williams' wrongful death lawsuit against them.

GenomeWeb has been closely tracking the lawsuit in which Williams is accusing Athena of inaccurately classifying a mutation in the SCN1A gene that the lab detected in her son, Christian Millare, in 2007. Christian died in January 2008 from a seizure.

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