Hospital staff in Kansas called the police on a man dying of cancer who was using cannabis products to cope with his symptoms, in an incident that has since sparked outrage and renewed calls to rethink the state’s strict cannabis laws.
A systematic review of the efficacy and safety of medical marijuana in migraine treatment has provided some interesting and encouraging results.
As more and more states legalize marijuana, and Congress sits on the cusp of passing a landmark bipartisan marijuana bill, things may be looking up for cannabis users nationwide.
In an effort to reduce Kentuckians’ reliance on addictive opioids and to provide them relief from pain, Gov. Andy Beshear said that, starting next year, Kentuckians with certain severe medical conditions and who meet specific requirements will be able to possess and use small amounts of legally purchased medical cannabis to treat their medical conditions.
A disabled woman who has spent thousands on medical cannabis has said it helps her lead a “pain-free” life.
Data from a UK registry collating outcomes on prescribed medical cannabis use indicates a statistically significant improvement in health-related quality of life for patients.