Buprenorphine, not methadone, may be safer treatment for opioid-use disorder during pregnancy


People with opioid-use disorder who are pregnant may have more favorable neonatal health outcomes when using buprenorphine, an active ingredient in suboxone and other medications approved for treatment of opioid-use disorder, compared with methadone, according to a Rutgers researcher.

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