MASCC/ISOO 2018

Pain Management

Expert Point of View: Ian Olver, AM, MD, PhD

Though many case studies and anecdotal reports have touted the effectiveness of cannabinoids for cancer pain, in randomized studies, the areas in which they are effective are “fairly borderline,” acc...

Supportive Care

Cannabinoids for Cancer Pain: Dangerous or Beneficial?

Cannabis has been used in health care for millennia, and its use has been well documented, albeit never definitively integrated into clinical practice. Recent societal changes and the increasing accep...

Supportive Care

Therapeutic Applications for Cannabinoids in Oncology: The Debate Continues

In the early part of the 20th century, the U.S. government classified cannabis as a Schedule 1 drug: a dangerous substance with no medical value. For many years, that classification prevented systemat...

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