New data from the UK shows 86 percent of pain patients found medicinal cannabis more effective than any other medication, including opioids.
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NICE has said commonly used treatments for chronic primary pain such as paracetamol have little or no evidence that they work and should not be prescribed for the condition.
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The NICE and NHS have announced their draft recommendations for the prescribed use of cannabis-based treatments.
Project TWENTY21, a nationwide study to investigate medicinal cannabis, has launched in the UK in order to collect data on the therapeutics.
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