Acute Pancreatitis Cases Linked to Cannabis Use May Be Milder, Less Costly

Acute Pancreatitis Cases Linked to Cannabis Use May Be Milder, Less Costly

In a recent study, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine researchers found that patients with acute pancreatitis and a cannabis exposure have significantly lower mortality, morbidity and costs related to hospitalization and care than acute pancreatitis patients with no cannabis use.

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