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Chronic pain experts share whether they believe medical marijuana is an effective option
Several states now allow doctors to recommend medical marijuana as an alternative to opioids. Dr. Mihir Kamdar and Dr. Robert Jason Yong, two chronic pain experts, share their thoughts on whether this is an effective option.
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