Should doctors be prescribing cannabinoids?

10:35 EDT 25 Apr 2014 | British Medical Journal

Michael Farrell, professor and director of the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, talks to Mabel Chew, The BMJ's practice editor, about prescription of cannabinoids. They discuss the latest evidence on nausea and appetite, when cannabinoids may be effective for chronic pain, and which common...

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