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Effect of Medical Marijuana on Neurocognition

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Effect of Medical Marijuana on Neurocognition and Escalation of Use

This study will use a randomized controlled design to test whether patients who use medical marijuana, compared to a waitlist control group, experience a change in health outcomes (relief of symptoms, or adverse health outcomes such as new-onset symptoms of cannabis use disorders, neurocognitive impairments) or brain-based changes.

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Drug - Medical Marijuana

Patients in this group can choose when, where, and how much medical marijuana to use.

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Effect of Medical Marijuana on Neurocognition and Escalation of Use

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NCT03224468

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