Thomas Jefferson University, Ethos Cannabis Launch Opioid Use Disorder Study

Ethos  announced the official launch of an opiate-use study in partnership with the Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University this week.

The study seeks to assess the viability of medical cannabis as an opioid replacement therapeutic aid. The goal is to determine if medical cannabis could replace opioids for patients with chronic pain who are struggling with opioid use disorder or opioid dependency.  

Ethos’ medical in Philadelphia, Montgomeryville and …

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