Suboxone Doctors In Cecil County Md

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matt pepper Says:
I'm a heroine addict in dessperate need of treatment before it's to late. looking for suboxone treatment in cecil county md

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Cindy Says:
Matt, i feel your pain. nothing worse than being d ope sick. i posted an 800 no. u can call and they will help you find a doctor near you, when i sent my reply, i got a msg saying my reply was submitted for review and would be posted in a few days. follow the link below and you should be able to put in your zip code and print out a list of doctors in your area. 877 SUBOXONE or

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Verwon Says:
There is a website at that you can also use to look for doctor's the provide treatment with it, in your area.

To beat drug addiction, it is very important that the person you use be specially trained in its use, since the dosage and treatment duration must be carefully calculated, depending on the drug that was being abused, the amount being use and how long it has been used.


Are there any other questions or comments?

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ajs Says:
Do you have insurance?

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ajs Says:
Copy and paste the below into your browser... This will help u find a Dr. If you will have to be dishing out hundreds of dollars to see the Dr. I have one other recommendation.!provider_search.process_query?alternative=CHOICEG&one_state=MD

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Donna Says:
There are three in Cecil - Dr Katz is in Cecilton, Dr Pathiya and Dr Afzal are in Elkton and there is a new one that I don't know the name of in the old Walmart building on 40 in Elkton.

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Monikah Says:
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i know a dr thomas howard in salem nj, he will help you....he has cash or accepts insurance and his visit is always just 125 or 150....your script can be cashed in MD as I have had to do it before...see if he can write a script for zubsolv its the generic.

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