Cannabis and chronic pain
Browse the latest research linking medical marijuana / medicinal cannabis and chronic pain.

See also: pain 
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cannabis pelvic pain,chronic pain via survey (n=89/114) Cannabis for Treatment of Chronic Pelvic Pain: A Survey of Prevalence and Effectiveness [21H] May 2019
Positive  The users who reported using cannabis for CPP reported an average reduction in pain by 5.9 points (P<.0001) and those who did not report using cannabis for CPP also reported a reduction in pain by 2.9 points (P=.0012). 71/82 (86.6%) respondents would consider being in a clinical trial of medical cannabis to treat CPP.
cannabis pain,chronic pain in humans via review Cannabinoids, cannabis, and cannabis-based medicine for pain management Apr 2019
Cannabinoid, cannabis, and cannabis-based medicines (CBMs) are thought to reduce pain, but a proliferation of different products has led to variability in trials, creating a challenge when determining the assessment of efficacy in systematic reviews
cannabis chronic pain via model A Cost-Effectiveness Model for Adjunctive Smoked Cannabis in the Treatment of Chronic Neuropathic Pain Mar 2019
cannabis appears cost-effective when augmenting second-line treatment for painful neuropathy. Further research is warranted to explore the long-term benefit of smoked cannabis and standardization of its dosing for chronic neuropathic pain.