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|For at least the past 12 years, the choice of doctor prescribed recreational painkillers has been OxyContin, nicknamed, "Hillbilly Heroin." With a doctor's prescription, health insurance and or Medicaid assistance, OxyContin can cost virtually nothing at a pharmacy. Resale value on the street for a prescription is often worth over $1,000.
Now, with employers requiring drug screening and new legislation being introduced for mandatory-random testing in the coal industry, oxycodone abusers are searching for a new painkiller that does not show up in urine drug testing for opiates. It appears they have found a new drug, Mylan Pharmaceuticles Generic "Phentanyl Patch"...
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