acetominophin, which nobody really wants, and you can get the unbuffered oxycodone in strength which enable you to take less of the medication than if you were taking hydrocodone. But this answer suggested oxycodone is a generic form of oxycontin and that is not true is it? I'm not even going to look this up, as I have never heard anything so crazy before, so if someone like Maso can come up w/ a correct answer that would be great, i am too busy to do the research myself, sorry, but also, to say it is stronger than morphine was a stretch also, although there was some info re the amount of oxy vs.
morphine, this could scare alot of people if it is not the truth. Help?