LOS ANGELES — With the sudden withdrawal of CET (Cutting Edge Test) this week — a year and a month after the withdrawal of TTS (Talent Testing Service) — the PASS system of adult industry performer testing has entered a period of uncertainty that its director and board members hope will result in an improved new status quo that would provide more options for talent health services.
XBIZ spoke yesterday to CET’s Dr. Peter Miao, PASS Executive Director Ian O’Brien, PASS board member Lance Hart, FSC CEO Michell LeBlanc and FSC Director of Public Affairs Mike Stabile about this week’s developments and what they could mean for performer testing now and in the future.
CET’s Dr. Miao’s on His Decision to Leave PASS
CET’s Dr. Peter Miao, a veteran health care provider with decades of experience in the adult industry, told XBIZ that his decision to withdraw from PASS — announced without warning to FSC or PASS on Monday via one tweet from the lab’s account — should not make a difference to performers who have been testing there.
Miao said CET was offering their own test-result portal, similar to the familiar PASS interface.
“Performers tested at CET now have a way to go to the [new] CET system and look at results and share with producers and director and agents and so forth,
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