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Can you go to a methadone clinic in Florida and be a medical marijuana patient also?

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Is there a place that can help him with mental health and alcohol in a assisted living

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what is the best way to eat bread?

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if your not gluten free, with your mouth.

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Are there rehabs in Arizona that accept couples

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Is there no more Doctors that prescribe subtext not suboxone?

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Doctors that prescribe Suboxone can also prescribe Subutex, but they probably won't do it unless there are special circumstances. Subutex does not contain naloxone, but Suboxone does. Doctors rarely use Subutex unless a patient or client is pregnant or has a verified allergic reaction to naloxone. Subutex has a higher rate of abuse than Suboxone....Read More
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