N.J. Doctors Need Better Understanding of Marijuana Treatment: Opinion

There is a huge gap in the medical community’s understanding and acceptance of cannabis as a drug with the potential to be used as a mainstream treatment choice. However, there is a tremendous amount of scientific research and data out there.
A group of researchers based in Oregon is at the forefront. They are part of a four-year investigation called the m-Scale Project. M-Scale studies and communicates the effects of marijuana for medical purposes. Their research shows that marijuana is technologically capable of successfully treating patients with specific ailments. In fact, it might just be more effective than some of the traditional medications being used today, and without the long list of potential side effects.

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