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romi plociennik Says:
please list common uses, conditions for use

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Verwon Says:
The drug you are talking about is actually called Suboxone.

Here's the link to the monograph with more information:


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russ Says:
I am going through a custody battle and my ex just passed a hair follicle screening. She does suboxone. How is this possible?

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