n increasing number of patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) are using cannabis to treat their symptoms, although systematic studies regarding efficacy in RA are lacking. Within this review we will give an overview on the overall effects of cannabinoids in inflammation and why they might be useful in the treatment of RA.
Minnesota’s medical cannabis program is unique, in that it routinely collects patient-reported scores on symptoms. This article focuses on changes in symptom severity reported by patients with cancer during their first 4 months of program participation.
Lots of people are using medical marijuana to treat their arthritis and other muscle aches and pains, often without consulting their doctor, a new study reports.
The Greek Ministries of Development and Investments and Rural Development and Food tell MCN about the future of Greece’s medical cannabis industry.
As a whole new demographic of patients begin to embrace the potential health benefits of cannabis, scientific studies and trials are becoming ever more common. From chronic pain and chemotherapy-induced nausea to spasticity in Multiple Sclerosis, cannabis is now considered as a treatment option in an increasing number of jurisdictions. But, can medical cannabis help to treat Arthritis?
As patients with painful terminal diseases may face unbearable pain, there is a need for more potent analgesics.
The group is chaired by former Health Minster and Fellow of the Royal College of Nursing and Queens Nursing Institute, Ann Keen RN, who is launching the nurses arm to begin working towards helping patients access medical cannabis and towards care in the regulated medical cannabis framework in the UK.
MyAccess Clinics is the first medical cannabis clinic outside of London to receive a Care Quality Commission (CQC) licence, and just the second in the UK, meaning medical cannabis can be prescribed legally within the May Wellness Centre in Bristol.
The Conference Board of Canada and The Globe and Mail are partnering to explore the relationship between career success and cannabis use. Employers and employees (both recreational and medical cannabis users, as well as non-cannabis users) are invited to participate in this study. (Employees interested in taking the survey can click on this link. Employers interested in taking the survey can click on this link.) The data from these surveys will be aggregated and used to conduct analysis and create a report that will be presented Oct. 15, 2019, at a conference at The Globe and Mail Centre in Toronto.
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