Physician: Medical marijuana raises risks for patients, prescribers

06/12/2013 | Pain Medicine News online

Prescribing marijuana to patients with chronic pain who also take opioids or other controlled substances can raise the risk of adverse outcomes, says Dr. Gerald Aronoff, an American Academy of Pain Medicine past president. Consideration also should be given to the possibility of risks involving auto accidents or adverse events at work.

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