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Suboxone Dependency Study

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Suboxone dependency study

Due to the high volume of phone calls The Waismann Method has received this year, we developed a voluntary suboxone dependency study for all visitors to our website in order to better understand the steady growth in the use of Suboxone®, a drug replacement therapy for opiates, as prescribed by physicians.  This study also examined the long-term side effects of Suboxone in patients.  Through our work with Suboxone dependent patients, we have generated a serious concern with the lack of education and misinformation given by physicians to their patients when prescribed Suboxone® as an alternative “treatment” to an opiate dependency such as OxyContin®, Vicodin®, Lortab®, and Fentanyl, among others.
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