and is now being excepted in the USA for pain management and a 5,10,20, mgc/ patch that will last for 7 days. It has been perscribed in Europe for some time now. but the fact that it can now be used for pain management is the good news. now that subutex can be marketed hopefully will take some of the stigma off of it. IM hoping that the price will come down so people can finally afford it. and insurance companies will cover it for P/M
That is good news! I hope there's lots of competition so the price comes down. I still don't think there's a generic for effexor (maybe it changed) but when you have only one pharma co. producing it, the price is outragous! Without insurance, effexor was over $400.00 per month. Isn't subutex a generic for suboxone or am I totally confusing these meds?
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