Psychiatric Times

Buprenorphine for Maintenance in Opioid Dependency

Patients receiving buprenorphine face stigmatization in their recovery programs and pressure to discontinue their medications. For physicians, it is crucial to remain objective and to make the right decision for these patients.

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