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If you were prescribed Suboxone® film, you may be eligible to get money

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The FTC sued the makers of Suboxone®, a prescription drug to treat opioid addiction, alleging they were preventing patients from choosing lower priced generic versions of the drug. The companies agreed to pay $60 million to consumers to settle the FTC charges.

That means if you got a prescription for Suboxone® film in the United States between March 1, 2013 and February 28, 2019, you may be eligible for a payment.Suboxone film

Learn more and apply for a payment at ftc.gov/suboxone. When you apply, choose how you want to get your money: by check or by prepaid card.

The application deadline is December 1, 2020.

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I have been on Suboxone for the better half of 9 years now it was supposed to be used as a form to get off of opiates but I still today have to depend on this medicine and I have tried getting off of it,a doctor actually told me of I been on it that long I should go ahead and stay on it.

they priced me out of use, and now with zantac off the market, i cant use

I was prescribed suboxone during that time. What do I need to do at this point.

I been on it for four years, I was pregnant and on it, I was in hospital for 1 month with my new born he had bad withdrawal, I have filed a claim threw you guys,

I was on it. What do I do?

I use them things and it made me feel worries than I all ready were. I still go threw with draws.

Being of soboxone 30 days worse wotjfrawl ever I claimed two times for the reason I've been prescribed some 2013 to 2020 all I have to do is get my record from Cvs and one other pharmacy

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