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‘I would rather use my vaporizer’: Medical pot users say clinical proof could help fight stigma

‘I would rather use my vaporizer’: Medical pot users say clinical proof could help fight stigma
June 4, 2016 summertreead

Photo: personalweedvaporizers.com

-CBC-

“While moving to regulate medical marijuana dispensaries in the city, Toronto Public Health acknowledges that there may be therapeutic benefits associated with cannabis, such as help with pain relief, nausea and inflammation.

That acknowledgement comes in a report considered and endorsed by the Toronto Board of Health on Monday, which calls on the federal government to use a public health approach to regulating the drug.

The claims around what marijuana can specifically treat, and even cure are broad, ranging from anxiety to PTSD to Multiple Sclerosis, HIV-AIDS, glaucoma, even cancer. Still, the problem when it comes to how it’s being used and accessed, say researchers and medical marijuana producers, is a relatively low volume of definitive clinical research.”

 

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