Do Medical Marijuana Laws Increase Hard Drug Use?
Yu-Wei Luke Chu *
School of Economics and Finance
Victoria University of Wellington
[email protected]
September 15, 2014
Abstract
Medical marijuana laws generate significant debates regarding drug policy.
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Cannabinoid Abuse and Addiction: Clinical and
Preclinical Findings
LV Panlilio1, SR Goldberg 1 and Z Justinova1
Cannabinoid abuse disorders represent a widespread public health issue, but there are no approved medications for their treatment. This
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What Do We Know Now About the Impact of the Laws
Related to Marijuana?
Jane Carlisle Maxwell, PhD and Bruce Mendelson, MPA
Objectives: This study presents information on the status and impact
of medical and legalized marijuana, and the latest data
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High Times: The Effect of Medical Marijuana Laws
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Seth Gershenson
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Bradford AC, Bradford WD. Medical marijuana laws reduce prescription medication use
in Medicare Part D. Health Aff (Millwood). 2016;35(7).
APPENDIX
Details on Study Data and Methods
Data Sources
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Studies (CMS) maintain
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synthetic compounds, and their role in the cannabinoid syst
Clinical AND Health Affairs
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Remember from lab last week, you inherited two recipes for beer from your great-great-uncle, Professor
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10/14/2016
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You are the director of an NGO whose mission is to reduce HIV rates among children in Africa. Your primary
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12/9/2016
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Researchers conducted a cohort study to assess whether several prognostic factors were associated with
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11/11/2016
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You have a new tool, the Diet Score, which you want to assess to see how well it predicts an individuals Body Mass
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11/18/2016
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Researchers conducted a case-control study to investigate the relationship between the use of artificial sweeteners and
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Today we are going to use hypothesis tests to help us make decisions about the best way to care for patients.
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10/7/2016
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Lets review the RULES OF PROBABILITY. To begin, note the following:
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You are interested in examining the association between environmental arsenic exposure and adult-onset asthma. You
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Perez-Padilla and colleagues (International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, 2001) conducted a case-control study
to invest
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DUE DATE:
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Researchers followed 481 subjects in a study of heart disease. They computed overall survival (defined as time from
diagnosis of heart disease until d