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New study aims to understand how people with arthritis use cannabis

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The Arthritis Society is collaborating with the University of Michigan, McGill University and the U.S Arthritis Foundation on a medical cannabis research study. The purpose of the study is to understand if and how individuals with arthritis use medical cannabis products.

The results will help inform health care professionals, researchers, policy-makers, and patients about potential benefits and risks of medical cannabis for treating arthritis.

If you have lived experience with arthritis, and with using medical cannabis as part of your treatment program, please consider participating in this important study!

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