Fast Five Quiz: Marijuana--Medical Uses and Personal Abuses

Sage W Wiener, MD; Michael E Schatman, PhD, CPE


August 20, 2018

Marijuana use can sometimes be associated with psychoses and schizophrenia in susceptible individuals; however, some studies have supported the use of medical marijuana for chronic neuropathic pain. Opinions about marijuana in the medical community continue to evolve as empirical evidence demonstrates both its clinical benefits and the potential for harm. Meanwhile, its legal status is ever-evolving, as is the clinical understanding of the drug's role.

How much do you know about the medical benefits, harms, uses, and abuses of marijuana? Test your knowledge with our quick quiz.


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