Shulkin Says VA Won't Study Medical Marijuana for PTSD

Shulkin Says VA Won't Study Medical Marijuana for PTSD

WASHINGTON -- Despite pleas from congressmen, veterans and the country's largest veterans service organization asking for research into medical marijuana, the Department of Veterans Affairs won't initiate a study into the drug's effects onpost-traumatic stressdisorder, VA Secretary David Shulkin ...

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