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 Post subject: got a couple questions
PostPosted: Tue Nov 23, 2010 6:04 pm 
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I was wondering if anyone had switched from name suboxone to generic subutex ,in that order? It takes about fifteen minutes to take my four mg dose now and i was wondering about that to? And do they make the film in the generic subutex? Thanks and thanks to the other peps who have replied to me before.


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 Post subject: suboxone to subutex
PostPosted: Wed Nov 24, 2010 4:05 pm 
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Hi I have been on suboxone for over three years and unfortunately have yet to make the switch for doctors fears of diversion with subutex I tried to make it known that subonoxe can be diverted and shot up or snorted but no one will listed to me so doc is afraid to switch to subutex becuase of RB's propaganda about diversion with subutex but I can tell you that there is no film for generic subutex and the reason why is becasue RB. rickett Benckiser the manuf. os subutex and Suboxone want people on suboxone and not subutex so they can make more money so i dont look for it to ever be available until someday when a company mans up and starts making generic suboxone but ever the RB still has the patent on the film which doesnt run out for a while, hope that helped


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