Cannabis

Analgesic Effects of Cannabis Is Different Between Men and Women

Analgesic Effects of Cannabis Is Different Between Men and Women

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Pain response—sensitivity and tolerance—after use of active cannabis differs between men and women.

Data Lacks Support for Anticancer Activity of Cannabis

Data Lacks Support for Anticancer Activity of Cannabis

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Patients periodically ask about the use of marijuana in cancer treatment. Is there any data about this?

Cannabis Not Advantageous for Prevention of Post-op Nausea

Cannabis Not Advantageous for Prevention of Post-op Nausea

Clinically relevant psychotropic side effects plus ineffectiveness halted study of cannabis use to prevent postoperative nausea.

Medical marijuana can help mitigate cancer-related symptoms

Medical marijuana can help mitigate cancer-related symptoms

Cannabis and cannabinoid pharmaceuticals can prove beneficial for nausea and vomiting, pain, weight loss; but more research is needed on potential harmful side effects.

Opioid-related deaths are almost 25% lower in states with medical marijuana laws

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Rates of death resulting from opioid analgesic overdoses are lower in states that allow medical use of marijuana compared with states without such laws.

Cannabis compound could slow tumor growth

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The main psychoactive ingredient in cannabis could reduce tumor growth in cancer patients.

Cannabis and testicular cancer

A recent study finds that smoking cannabis increases a man's risk of developing testicular cancer

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