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US awards $3M to fill gaps in medical marijuana research


THE U.S. GOVERNMENT IS SPENDING 3 MILLION DOLLARS TO FIND OUT IF MARIJUANA CAN RELIEVE PAIN, BUT NONE OF THE MONEY WILL BE USED TO STUDY THE PART OF THE PLANT THAT GETS PEOPLE HIGH. NINE RESEARCH GRANTS ANNOUNCED TODAY WILL BE DEDICATED TO THE STUDY OF CBD AND HUNDREDS OF LESS FAMILIAR CHEMICALS IN MARIJUANA. THE EFFORT IS AIMED AT HELPING RESEARCHERS CATCH UP ON THEIR UNDERSTANDING OF THE POTENTIAL BENEFITS OF MARIJUANA. THE NUMBER OF VAPING-RELATED ILLNESSES CONTINUES TO RISE. THE CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION RELEASED NEW FIGURES TODAY — SAYING THERE

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