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FDA approves cannabis-based treatment for cancer, AIDS-related weight loss – Cannabis News
Insys Therapeutics Inc. announced Tuesday, July 5, that the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the company’s drug Syndros, an orally administered liquid formulation of the synthetic cannabinoid dronabinol, according to a release.
Nebraska Begins State-Funded Cannabis Drug Research For Epileptics – Cannabis News
For the first time in Nebraska, legal testing of a marijuana-based drug treatment will begin this summer.
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV.com) - Missouri’s first legal cannabis growth operation since the 1930’s is up and running and already helping patients with epilepsy.
Physicians wrote significantly fewer prescriptions for painkillers and other medications for elderly and disabled patients who had legal access to medical marijuana, a new study finds.
A group of Maryland doctors plans to open a medical marijuana testing facility in Columbia to ensure product quality as the state prepares to launch its burgeoning therapeutic cannabis industry.
Marijuana extract reduces seizures in patients with Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome in clinical trial.
BATON ROUGE, La. — Louisiana State University and Southern University want to begin growing marijuana for medical use.
It has been said that smoking pot can be bad for your teeth, causing quite a bit of severe, unnecessary tooth decay. Find out why and how cannabis infused toothpaste will change everything.
'Life-changing': Medical cannabis has brought positive results for Hibbing girl with severe epilepsy – Cannabis News
Amelia is among more than 1,400 Minnesotans being treated with medical cannabis since the drug became legal in the state last July 1.
Israel’s medical marijuana program is a stunning success when it comes to treating people for pain and nausea, according to a study presented at the International Jerusalem Conference on Health Policy.
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.
Research evidence points out the key role of cannabinoid receptors in bone turnover and healing processes.
A Phoenix doctor is conducting a study this summer focusing on how marijuana affects veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder.
As owners tout benefits and usage in compassionate care, the battle for legalization mirrors humans’ own medical marijuana fight in 1990s California.
Researchers are now pushing the benefits of medical marijuana as the leading cure for fibromyalgia relief.
Breaking the stigma: How Minnesota's medical cannabis program is impacting patients across the state – Marijuana News
Eagan, MN (NNCNOW.com) -- It's been nearly one year since medical cannabis was legalized in Minnesota. Medical marijuana has already made a significant difference for many Minnesotans who suffered tough times before it was legalized.
Most doctors approach medical marijuana with a great deal of uncertainty, because drug laws have hindered researchers' ability to figure out what pot can and can't do for sick patients. That could soon change.