Which pill has the identification numbers G3720?

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The peach pill that is marked with G3720 and is in an oval shape is the pill called Xanax. Xanax is used to treat both depression and anxiety. In order to get a prescription for Xanax this must be prescribed by a doctor or a psychiatrists who is involved in your treating. Xanax has become a street drug that has some appeal for mass market illegal drug usage. Xanax is regulated because of its mass appeal.
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