A new study published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology found that most oncologists are likely to recommend medical cannabis to cancer patients, even though half of them don’t feel they are knowledgeable in doing so.

The study was conducted in 2016 where the researchers randomly sampled 400 medical oncologists from across the country. Only 63% actually participated in the survey.

The responses were very positive in favor or medical marijuana, but revealed a strong indication that oncologists are not confident in their knowledge on medical marijuana as a treatment for cancer-related illnesses.

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Celia Carr ~ 420Intel.com

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