how the new Suboxone sublingual film (buprenorphine/naloxone) compares to the sublingual tablets

People are asking how the new Suboxone sublingual film (buprenorphine/naloxone) compares to the sublingual tablets.

Some patients complain that the tablets taste bad, take too long to dissolve, and crumble easily.

The film is easier to use...except when it comes to getting it out of the new child-resistant packaging.

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