cannabis science

New Studies Supporting Cannabis use By Patients with HIV/AIDS

Since the early days of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, LGBTQ activists have fought for patient access to medical cannabis. In the 1980s and ‘90s, this community pushed for legal access, established compassion clubs, and eventually set the wheels in motion for the widespread legalization we see today. Long before the development of more modern medical interventions, …

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Cannabis for Cancer Pain: Patient Preferred with Growing Scientific Support

By some estimates, upwards of 90 percent of patients with an advanced cancer diagnosis suffer from chronic pain. Cancer-related pain can stem from the progression of cancer itself or from the various surgeries, treatments, and procedures deployed to combat it. While opioids are the most convenient option, increasingly patients are asking their oncologist about cannabis …

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Perspective of the Female Patient

The cannabis industry seems to hold many assumptions about the female patient. The stereotype of the female patient is clear after a single Google: they stick with CBD-rich and low potency strains, they are more interested in the wellness side of the spectrum than the medicinal side, and they steer clear of smokables. These assumptions …

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