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Study on cannabis users' bones

18th March 2008

Researchers at Edinburgh University will study 200 people who use cannabis in order to find out if it causes harm to bones.

"The aim of our study is to determine if cannabis use negatively impacts on bone density, which is an important risk factor for osteoporosis in later life," said Professor Stuart Ralston, who led the study.


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Article Information

Title: Study on cannabis users' bones
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 6016
Date Added: 18th Mar 2008


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