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Oxycodone being discontinued?

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  • Terror8396

    There is no such thing as oxycontin IR. You are confused. Oxycontin is an extended release formulation of oxycodone. And the IR form of oxycodone does come in strengths other than 5 mg. I think all the way up to 30 mg. The guy with the "degree" was right!

    Gary
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