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Could marijuana help treat opioid addiction? Pennsylvania may soon find out

Caron Medical Director Dr. Joseph Garbely explains to the Philadelphia Inquirer why Caron urged state health Secretary Rachel Levine to remove opioid use disorder from the list of conditions that qualify for medical marijuana.

See story in Philadelphia Inquirer

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