Cannabis Potency & Impact of Cannabis Use on Heart and Lungs

Find out how misinformed cannabis policies create obstacles for a scientist researching life-saving treatments for people living with HIV/AIDS. In a preliminary study, Dr. M-J Milloy found evidence that people who use cannabis are more likely to have slower HIV disease progression – giving real hope for an effective, well-tolerated treatment with the potential to extend the lives of people living with HIV. Despite this groundbreaking finding, Dr. Milloy knows firsthand how misinformation about cannabis poses obstacles to potentially life-saving treatments. 

Next time you hear exaggerated claims about cannabis potency or the impacts of cannabis use on the hearts and lungs, respond with the scientific evidence. 

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Find out how to respond to the claim that  cannabis potency has increased by 300% to 400% in the last thirty years.

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Find out how to respond to the claim that cannabis use causes lethal damage to the heart and lungs. 

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