New Fentanyl Oral Medication

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Mike Bolt Says:


Has anyone heard about the pharmaceutical companies making a time released fentanyl pill? I briefly saw something about it but cannot remember where?



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Angel Says:

That'll never happen, too easy to take accidentally...and it's now 2012

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Mikel Says:
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Fentanyl oral is Oravescent 800mch.I was on the trial back in 06.they work very fast and for 3-4 hrs.

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Aliya Says:
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Has come in a lollipop since 02 I know of. This is for , pardon the expression break through pain.

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