A recent study, spearheaded by Professor Jussi Jylkkä and a team of researchers from Åbo Akademi University delved into the holistic effects of medical cannabis and opioids on chronic pain, providing valuable insights into their efficacy.

The study, recently published in the Journal of Cannabis Research, seeks to address the growing interest in understanding the comprehensive impact of these treatments.

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About The Study

As the use of medical cannabis for chronic pain management continues its ascent, questions about its efficacy compared to traditional opioids have become increasingly pertinent. To fill the void left by a lack of systematic testing on the hypothesis that medical …

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