CHICAGO, Aug. 11, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Independent, peer-reviewed research funded by Brain Research Foundation (BRF)
The role of BRF is to help answer questions about the brain and central nervous system through scientific research. With regards to medical marijuana, more research is required to fully understand its medical potential and side effects. Peer-reviewed research funded by BRF raises great concern about the effects on the developing brain. Every state that has legalized cannabis or contemplated doing so should familiarize itself with the latest research and factor the research results into their regulatory decision-making.
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