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Study Shows High Prevalence of Buprenorphine 'Spiking' in Urine Screenings for OUD Patients

JAMA [3/28] | More than 7% of urine samples collected in a recent cross-sectional study [...] showed evidence of buprenorphine “spiking”—the intentional addition of buprenorphine tablet or residue directly into urine to mimic prescription adherence by opioid use disorder (OUD) patients. Cont.

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