A new study shows that doctors believe medical marijuana can help people, but they aren't ready to recommend it to their patients yet.

A group of Australian researchers recently conducted a review of 26 studies from Australia, the US, Canada and Ireland to discover how medical professionals feel about marijuana.

They found that most physicians support medical marijuana in general, but they feel like they need to be more informed before giving it to patients.

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Calvin Hughes ~ Civilized.Life

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