Former phlebotomist starts drug testing business
Jodi Malcolm always wanted to be her own boss.
So after seven years as a phlebotomist at local clinics, the 25-year-old New York Mills woman decided, "I'm just going to jump off the edge and just do it," she said.
This spring, Malcolm started Hometown Essentials, a mobile on-site drug screen collection company.
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