Australian research indicates that medical cannabis provides significant benefits for chronic health patients.

Since its prescription availability in 2016, these findings offer new hope. However, it's less effective in addressing sleep disturbances.

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Study Overview

The study, spearheaded by Margaret-Ann Tait from the University of Sydney, was published in the journal PLOS ONE.

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