2019 | How do Doctors Feel About Medicinal Marijuana in the U.S. in the years ahead?
Marijuana is a useful drug medically when it comes to treating chronic pain, epilepsy, as well as the debilitating pain of cancer and the nausea of cancer treatments.
it should not be used to treat morning sickness, and recreational use of any kind should include consideration of potential side effects especially effects on mental health.
Physicians need more CEUs and General Education from the latest Studies to evaluate its impact/effectiveness/harmful effects, etc.
I am just not sure yet. Although, we already do have enough studies and education.
I am in favor of decriminalization and regulated like alcohol and tobacco.
As a physician, I want marijuana users and addicts to be treated as patients – and not criminals – while at the same time I am very aware that regular marijuana use carries significant health risks.
believe we should treat habitual users aggressively and warn them of the associated risks.
I am not in favor of recreational use, in part because of links/studies re: to mental illness and violence.
I am a Physician and not in favor of its use/legalization.
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