Medical marijuana could reduce opioid use in older adults – Study shows up to 65 percent of older adults who use medical marijuana significantly reduced their chronic pain and dependence on opioid painkillers

A study shows up to 65 percent of older adults who use medical marijuana significantly reduced their chronic pain and dependence on opioid painkillers. Results to be presented at American Geriatric Society meeting, May 3.

https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2018-05/nh-smm043018.php#.WuhoXeKazaE.reddit

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