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Many patients are interested in trying medical cannabis, but research on its benefits remains limited.
Study findings suggest that medicinal cannabis can be considered as an alternative to opiate painkillers prescribed to people with cancer.
Many breast cancer patients rely on cannabis not just to relieve side effects but to treat cancer yet may be unaware of possible harms.
Over four years, 9% of cancer patients used marijuana compared with 14% of people who didn’t have cancer, finds a national study.
Gastrointestinal cancers conference emphasizes patient quality of life.
People who use cannabis experience the same pain intensity as those who don’t.
Non-opioid treatments and complementary approaches can help, but don’t fear using opioids when they are needed.
Maybe you’re interested in using cannabis for sleep and relaxation, but you don’t know quite where to start.
Nine grants will enable researchers to study CBD and other components of marijuana.
Palliative care expert Brooke Worster, MD, FACP, shares her recommendations.
Cannabis as medicine is back
Warm showers can alleviate symptoms of cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome, but the only cure is quitting marijuana.
A recent study found that daily cannabis use was associated with a reduced risk of the liver condition in this population.
Peron’s Cannabis Buyer’s Club provided a place for people with AIDS and cancer to safely obtain and use medical marijuana.
Marijuana is popular among people with cancer, but the FDA knocks cure claims.
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