A survey of pediatric oncology providers including physicians, nurses, and social workers reveals their willingness to consider medical marijuana for children with cancer, as well as their reasons against its use in these patients.
Patients periodically ask about the use of marijuana in cancer treatment. Is there any data about this?
Clinically relevant psychotropic side effects plus ineffectiveness halted study of cannabis use to prevent postoperative nausea.
Moderate lifetime marijuana use is associated with airway inflammation, but not significant changes in lung function.
Rates of death resulting from opioid analgesic overdoses are lower in states that allow medical use of marijuana compared with states without such laws.
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