Medical cannabis unlikely to benefit most chronic pain patients, international researchers say

Medical cannabis might be a helpful therapy for some people who have chronic pain, but it’s unlikely to benefit most, according to new clinical guidelines published Wednesday in the journal BMJ.

The guidelines, crafted by an international group of researchers who analyzed three dozen medical cannabis studies, say there isn’t enough evidence that medical marijuana products help most patients suffering from chronic pain, so it shouldn’t be widely recommended for such people.

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Medical cannabis unlikely to benefit most chronic pain patients, international researchers say

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