New scientific studies are rapidly uncovering the benefits of medical marijuana. Helping you stay informed is a key part of our mission.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has conducted an extensive report on the impact of cannabis on the health of the human body.

The National Institute on Drug Abuse has researched the details behind medical marijuana.

Pharmacy and Therapeutics published research on the history, pharmacology, and possible health care uses for medical marijuana. 

The National Cancer Institute has conducted research regarding the use of cannabis and cannabinoids as an alternative medicine for cancer-related symptoms caused by the disease or its treatment.

The American Academy of Neurology supports the research of medical marijuana as a potential treatment for neurological disorders.

The National Institute of Health published a study in which it is hypothesized that THC may have lessened the growth of liver cancer cells.

The Journal of Applied Laboratory Medicine has explored the role of medical marijuana in pain management.

Physical Therapy published an article published an article detailing the treatment options physical therapists may offer their patients who are considering medical marijuana as part of their physical rehabilitation.

The Journal of Pain Research published a survey of cannabis users to learn whether they have purposefully changed from using prescription drugs to using medical cannabis.