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Marijuana Use Tied to Less Pain/Anxiety in Head and Neck Cancer

09:22 EDT 10 Aug 2018 | Medscape

Patients with newly diagnosed head and neck cancer who used marijuana reported strikingly less pain and anxiety than well-matched nonusers. They also reported a greater sense of well-being.
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