Study finds 92% of patients say medical marijuana treatment works

The Washington Post recently reported on a new study from the California-based Public Health Institute that finds over 92% of patients found medical marijuana gave them relief from a wide range of symptoms.

Results from the study are based on a survey of 7,525 Californian adults who rely on medical marijuana to treat a range of medical conditions like arthritis, chronic pain and cancer.

The data shows that patients from various demographics report positive experiences adding medical marijuana to their treatment programs.

This study adds to the growing body of research that shows that granting patients greater access and choice in managing symptoms results in an overall improvement in quality of life.

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