Be Familiar With Acute Marijuana Toxicity...and How to Treat It

Reports of acute toxicity will raise questions about treating patients who use medical marijuana.

Marijuana seems modestly effective for spasticity due to multiple sclerosis, chemo-induced nausea and vomiting, or neuropathic pain.

Over half of states now allow marijuana use for medical purposes. But it's still a Schedule I controlled substance under federal law...and many hospitals don't permit its use.

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