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What is the difference between vyvance and adderall?

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23 Sep 2012

They are both a form of amphetamines, one has been around a bit longer and is therefore cheaper. Both are controlled drugs and are central nervous system stimulants. Vyvanse is longer lasting and more difficult to abuse.

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skmisik 27 Sep 2012

Thanks you

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