Most medical cannabis patients who completed a survey reported benefits from the medication, according to the results of a voluntary survey of patients enrolled in Minnesota’s medical cannabis program during its first three months.

The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) survey asked patients using medical cannabis to rate their level of benefit from 1 to 7.

Benefit levels were classified into no or little perceived benefit (score of 1 or 2), mild or moderate perceived benefit (score of 3 to 5) and significant benefit (score of 6 or 7).

About 90 percent of patients reported mild to significant benefits (a score of 3 or greater).

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