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PostPosted: Sun Feb 13, 2011 5:45 pm 
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While I haven't taken it myself, it seems pretty clear from what a doctor told me and what's been written online, the generic Subutex from Roxanne Pharmaceuticals doesn't dissolve properly, making it much worse than the brand-name version and Teva Pharmaceuticals' generic. The complaints are always the same: They don't dissolve properly, so not enough buprenorphine is absorbed and more pills are needed. That doesn't really seem like it satisfies the FDA requirements for a valid generic. Would it be a good idea for us to submit complaints to the FDA and maybe try to get our doctors and Dr. Junig to do the same? With a lot of people needing a generic for financial or insurance reasons and Roxanne's often being more accessible (Walgreen's carries it and not Teva, at the very least), it should either be fixed or replaced everywhere it's sold by Teva's generic.


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