I have recently quit smoking. I am applying for a job at a corporation that does testing for the medical insurance cost. By the time I take the test it will be 42 days since my last ciggy. How likely is it that I will pass the test?
They usually test for cotinine, the main nicotine metabolite, which takes almost a week to clear for your system, so you should have a cotinine level consistent with being a non-smoker. The most important thing is to keep it that way.
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