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PostPosted: Sat Jan 22, 2011 1:45 pm 
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I think your doctor just misunderstood. Mine told me that they can trace the bar code on the films to see where it came from. Supposedly, Sub is very abused on the street and they want tighter controls on who is letting it get there. The bar code will leave a trail of where it has been.

Actually pretty smart. I wonder if the DEA thought that one up?

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 Post subject: Re: Bar Code
PostPosted: Sat Jan 22, 2011 8:58 pm 
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rule62 wrote:
The bar code will leave a trail of where it has been.


How do you figure that a barcode can leave a trail of where its been??.....
The only thing that barcode might be able to tell is to whom the suboxone was orignially perscribed... thats it.

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suboxOWNED: I totally agree with most of your post and I think doctors should drug test randomly and be much more inquisitive about a patient's history. However, I and others have gone to induction not actually in withdrawal. After 5 serperate times in jail and three years in prison over pain pills, I got out of jail and went straight to the doc and got Sub because I knew it would be a matter of days before I did something illegal to get pills. I have spoken to others whose PAWS led them to seek treatment with Suboxone. However, I agree that screening for potential dealers needs to be met with a more proactive approach. But dealers could use their own supply to make it seem that they are in withdrawal, and test positive for opiates to trick the doctor as well.
Or, I just thought of this, a true patient could misrepresent how much Sub they need and sell the excess.
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