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Will suboxone show up as an opiod on drug tests?

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Anonymous

28 Nov 2010

It will only show up positive as bupenorphine. Most companies and even court systems do NOT check for bupenorphine. If it is for a DOT job, a hospital job, or LIFE insurance, they may check, but it will not test positive as an opiate.

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