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FIGURE 2 from Marijuana and Cannabidiol Use Prevalence and Symptom Management Among Patients with Cancer

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posted on 2023-09-22, 14:21 authored by Theodore M. Brasky, Alison M. Newton, Sara Conroy, Anita Adib, Neema C. Adley, Scott A. Strassels, John L. Hays, Ziva D. Cooper, Theodore L. Wagener, Erin Stevens, Jesse J. Plascak, Jessica L. Krok-Schoen

Proportion of 142 current cannabis users reporting reasons for cannabis use (left ordinate; bars), and medians and quartile ranges (right ordinate; dots and lines) of the degree to which participants reported symptom relief from cannabis (scale of 1 to 10). Reasons for use are nonmutually exclusive and data do not sum to 100%. Not shown: 28% reported use of cannabis products for enjoyment/recreation. Different than symptom-related reasons for use, participants were not asked a follow-up question to rank enjoyment/recreation.

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Clinicians should be aware that patients are using cannabis products and perceive symptom relief with its use.

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