Are Dr's allowed to prescribe "benzos" & methadone together, when they're commonly fatal together?

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7 Nov 2011

Yes, they are allowed to prescribe benzo's with methadone, but only in the appropriate quantity and strength of each. Aren't fatal unless taken in too high of a dose.

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