There may be, but if they do carry it, it will be only until their supply runs out. From what I understand Perdue, the company that holds the patent for OxyContin, has stopped the manufacture of all generics for OxyContin so you can only get the brand name of the new formulation. If you find out different please let me know! I am wishing for the old formula back too! The OP's stink!
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