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Will Cannabis Replace Opioids as Painkillers?

The debate continues over whether cannabis is a viable alternative. With America caught in the throes of the opioid epidemic, researchers and drugmakers alike continue to suggest that the answer lies in marijuana-based painkillers. In fact, a number of studies also hint that medical cannabis might be the magic bullet everyone is looking for. Not so fast, some key experts said at the Forbes Healthcare Summit.
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