Study: Cannabis Associated with Sustained Improvements in Chronic Pain Patients
Updated: Jul 9, 2021
NORML, the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, reported on the MIND programs No pain, all gain? Interim analyses from a longitudinal, observational study examining the impact of medical cannabis treatment on chronic pain and related symptoms.
"A team of investigators affiliated with Harvard Medical School and McLean Hospital in Boston evaluated the use of cannabis in chronic pain patients over a six-month period. Most participants in the study suffered from either musculoskeletal pain or neuropathy."
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