3 Steps to Take When Quitting Suboxone

Approved by the FDA in 2002, buprenorphine – brand name Suboxone and Zubsolv – is now the “go-to” drug for medication-assisted treatment with opiate addiction. Unlike methadone treatment, it can be prescribed by physicians in the comfort of their own offices and, best of all, buprenorphine has a “ceiling effect.” As a partial opioid agonist,…

How do experts recommend safely quit Suboxone?

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