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Study: Cancer Patients In Minnesota Cannabis Program Report ‘Significant Reduction’ In Symptom Severity

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Study: Cancer Patients In Minnesota Cannabis Program Report ‘Significant Reduction’ In Symptom Severity

Study: Cancer Patients In Minnesota Cannabis Program Report ‘Significant Reduction’ In Symptom Severity

State health officials say that cancer patients in Minnesota’s medical cannabis program are reporting that the treatment is helping them cope with symptoms ranging from pain to depression.

Ken Molestina reports.

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