Is Morphine Sulfate SR the same drug as Oxycontin?

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9 Sep 2010

No, Morphine is not the same thing as Oxycodone (Oxycontin). They are different compounds. However they are both narcotic pain releivers so they are used for the same thing and are in the same class but are 2 totally different drugs.

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