Almost 60% of US healthcare providers feel negatively about medical cannabis, while less than 12% view it positively.

These results, the product of a survey reported in the forthcoming March 2020 issue of Preventative Medicine, provide a startling insight into the relationship between medical cannabis and those who can prescribe it.

The survey, which investigated the opinions of 1,439 licensed clinicians anonymously from 2011 through to 2017, hints at some of the hurdles cannabis needs to clear for doctors to warm to it. 

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Emma Stone ~ Leafly.com

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