Columbia University Medical Center
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital The University Hospital of Columbia and Cornell
Medical Marijuana's "Benefits" Often Not Backed by Science
December 16, 2013

While medical marijuana is approved in some states for conditions including epilepsy, inflammatory bowel disease multiple sclerosis and chronic pain, the scientific evidence has yet to catch up. (Dr. Meg) Haney notes there is solid evidence marijuana can decrease nausea and increase food intake in people with HIV or cancer who are getting chemotherapy. This has also been shown with the pill form of THC, dronabinol.

For more: http://www.cbsnews.com/news/medical-marijuana-more-states-legalizing-but-scientific-evidence-lacking/

 

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