Jul 25

Buprenex, Buprenorphine Started As Schedule V Narcotic in USA, 1985

DEA Scheduling of Buprenophine

Buprenorphine Drug Scheduling Timeline Buprenorphine was first marketed in America in 1985, it was then scheduled by the FDA as a Schedule V narcotic. The only available product in the United States at that time was a very low-dose formulation intended for injection. It was sold under the brand name Buprenex®. The FDA said that diversion, …

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Jun 25

Zubsolv Takes On Suboxone In Two Phase 3 Clinical Trials, And The Winner Is . . .

Zubsolv Phase 3 Clinical Trials – Positive Top-line Results Released Uppsala, Sweden – June 23, 2014 – Orexo AB (publ) announces the results of two clinical trials assessing Zubsolv for induction of Buprenorphine maintenance therapy in patients with opioid dependence. Nikolaj Sorensen, Chief Executive Officer of Orexo, noted “We know a main barrier for DATA2000 certified physicians to start …

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Jun 25

Suboxone $50 Copay Card – Save Money on Suboxone For 2014

I wanted to let everyone know that Suboxone is offering a $50 Copay Card again this year, it is good until the END of 2014!  If you are taking Zubsolv, there is a similar program to save you money. The Zubsolv Savings Card for 2014. Details of the Save on SUBOXONE Film Program Save every …

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Jun 25

Zubsolv – RISE Program with free $75 Copay Card

What is the Zubsolv RISE program? Resolv to take control of your recovery.  RISE is a 24/7 Support Program offers a selection of online tools and resources to help you build the plan you feel is most helpful to your recovery. The program was developed with the help of people with opioid dependence, and to …

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Jun 25

Zubsolv Savings Card For $75 Valid For 2014

The Zubsolv Savings Card –  $75 Savings Card For 2014 http://www.zubsolv.com/about-zubsolv/patient-savings.php I wanted to let everyone know that Zubsolv currently has a program that will save you $75 on Zubsolv scripts via a savings card that you can use at most pharmacies. PRINT a Copay Card for ZUBSOLV Orexo / Zubsolv Helps You Save on Your …

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May 13

Zubsolv, A New Suboxone Alternative for Opiate Addiction Treatment

Zubsolv 5.7 mg Sublingual Tablet

Zubsolv, A New Formulation of Buprenorphine and Naloxone Zubsolv is a new drug formulation of Buprenorphine and Naloxone. Zubsolv is similar to Suboxone and has been approved by the FDA for the same use, opiate addiction. ZUBSOLV is available in 2 doses for Opioid Dependence, 5.7 mg and 1.4 mg. ZUBSOLV is Individually sealed in …

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Feb 07

The Suboxone Roller-coaster Is Not Approved by the FDA

The dangerous Suboxone Roller-coaster is gaining popularity There is no real ride with this name, however it represents a trend that seems to be increasing among opiate addicts around the world.  This opiate ride is not approved by the FDA. It is not doctor approved. And even though the ride is dangerous it doesn’t stop …

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Feb 02

Suboxone Withdrawal is TERRIBLE – Quitting Suboxone IS Possible

Freedom from Suboxone Addiction begins as an idea   Have you tried to quit Suboxone and felt like you’re never going to succeed? You know quitting is the right answer. But quitting is hard. Quitting an addictive drug is like swimming out to sea against the incoming waves. You end up back where you started, …

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