Studies: Medical Cannabis Enrollees Typically Reduce Their Use of…

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    by Paul Armentano, NORML Deputy Director
    June 11, 2019

    Patients diagnosed with chronic pain and other debilitating conditions typically reduce, or in some cases, eliminate their use of opioids following their enrollment in state-sanctioned medical cannabis access programs.

    Several peer-reviewed studies now document this trend. In contrast to observational, population-based studies — which only seek to identify whether an association exists between the passage of medical cannabis laws and opioid use trends in

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