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PostPosted: Thu Nov 19, 2015 2:59 am 
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So I'm on probation. I'm at a spot where I need suboxone. But its so costly esp in the beginning. I was doing some calling around and there doing clinical trials for a year in my town. They start with films. At some point switch to injectibles. It's all new shit. Not out yet...but being as its being administered by a Dr on site would it fly while I'm on probation. They moniter u closely and administer the doses on site. So I wouldn't ha e a scrip for it. It's an odd situation. I live in Florida. I'm on state probation. Anyone have any thoughts?


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 19, 2015 2:35 pm 
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If the study investigators would accept you, even if on probation, they would probably give you a letter that you are part of the study and would confirm that you are receiving medication. I presume you need confirmation that you have a script so your drug screens would be accounted for?
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 19, 2015 10:20 pm 
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I suspect it will all come down to your individual case, and your PO. Might as well ask! I don't think that the credentials of the doc have anything to do with it, as I've had plenty of patients who had a PO who didn't like buprenorphine, and insisted they stop taking it (idiot POs, in other words).

There may be laws in some states that allow people on probation to stay on their meds... and many times people are ordered into some type of treatment, if the charges are drug-related... but again, it all depends on your individual case.


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