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Cannabis Use and Epigenetic Alterations in Male Sperm Cells

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Cannabis Use and Epigenetic Alterations in Human Male Sperm Cells

This is a follow-up project to a proof-of-concept study to determine if Cannabis use in male humans is associated with changes in deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) methylation profile of sperm. This proposal will examine the epigenome of sperm from men actively using Cannabis before and after a period of Cannabis abstinence. The results will be compared to control non-users.

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Cannabis use abstinence for 11 weeks

Cannabis user group will be asked to abstain from any form of Cannabis use for 11 weeks. During their contingency management phase/abstinence phase, they will be required to come to the clinic for 25 visits over an 11 week period of abstinence.

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Cannabis Use and Epigenetic Alterations in Human Male Sperm Cells: Effects of Exposure and Abstinence (Component 1)

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NCT03614637

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