THE EFFECTIVENESS OF SUBOXONE IN THE TREATMENT OF OPIATE ADDICTION
For the past several months I have been receiving a lot of calls and emails from family members about their opiate addicted loved one. Opiates ranges from heroin, Oxycontin, methadone, vicodin and so on.
These inquiries have lead to many questions about another drug that is supposed to help people get off these powerful opiate drugs. The name of that drug is Suboxone.
I’ve read many articles on the effectiveness, or lack thereof, of Suboxone. The attached link from the December 2010 issue of ‘Addiction Professional’ confirms what I have been saying for quite some time. Although this drug is/can be helpful for very short term use, it’s even more addictive than most people realize. And it too is an opiate based drug.
Anyone who has questions about this please read this article —Suboxone: concerns behind the miracle.
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