The scope of the smuggling problem is unknown. Prison doctors are not allowed to prescribe Suboxone for inmates addicted to opiates, so it is reasonable to assume that some people are treating their addiction through self medication. The corrections system could choose to begin providing medication-assisted opiate addictions treatment, eliminating the need to bring in the drug illegally. Regardless, it is highly unlikely that this change will eliminate the smuggling problem, as Dr. Wen noted, if that is the issue. We have seen no evidence that Zubsolv has less smuggling potential. However, we know this change will damage public health.