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With Worrisome Animal Research, More Focus Needed on Effects of Cannabis on Human Development

In this new era of legalized marijuana, far too little research has been conducted on the effect of cannabis on the development of human embryos, say researchers at Georgetown University Medical Center who scoured medical literature on the topic and found what they say is worrisome animal research.
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