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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.
Over four years, 9% of cancer patients used marijuana compared with 14% of people who didn’t have cancer, finds a national study.
Her new foundation advocates for kinder therapies to fight the disease.
Nine grants will enable researchers to study CBD and other components of marijuana.
She doesn’t want to know when her time is up.
A look at pioneers who worked to provide medical marijuana to their communities, including folks with HIV and cancer
For example, those with cancer are more likely to use cannabis containing higher amounts of tetrahydrocannabinol.
He believes that America has the resources to make drugs and treatment more affordable for everyone.
New research suggests some cannabinoid compounds may inhibit or even prevent the growth of colon tumors.
The “Grease” star is using conventional and natural therapies to help with the cancer, which has now spread to her back.
The FDA has a program to assist drug developers who want to investigate marijuana or its components through controlled clinical trials.
Federal limits on research hinder patients’ relief
Warm showers can alleviate symptoms of cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome, but the only cure is quitting marijuana.
People between ages 50 and 80 are OK with prescription cannabis.
Nearly a quarter of cancer patients reported using cannabis within the past year at a cancer center in Washington state.
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