All I did was send a message into www.acllaboratories.com (which I found via google) asking for them to verify the report. For me, this was an ideal lab report to verify from a regional lab that "liverstones" were found in a fairly recent test.
Here's a small piece of the e-mail he sent back. We also traded a couple voicemails.
" Thanks for the information, yes, the report header is ours and the report does appear to have been altered. "
You can contact them too. I simply pasted in the link you've posted. This can be subject to interpretation(obviously), but he's only verifying that the report header is their company(even the parts blanked out), but he doesn't confirm the rest of the report.
I think it's pretty reasonable to hide a person's name from the report. From the voicemail he left, that wasn't his concern at all.
So I was hoping to find a less questionable report. I could ask him for clarity, but he's out of the office till Monday.