Thomas Jefferson University Is Enrolling for a “Quality of Life” Weed Study

  • An upcoming study conducted by the Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University in Pennsylvania and Ethos, a Pennsylvania-based cannabis business, wants to know how medical weed affects patients’ quality of life.
  • Second, you must be a registered patient under Pennsylvania’s medical cannabis program.
  • Ultimately, Ethos and Thomas Jefferson University want to identify which strains of cannabis, and potentially which combinations of cannabinoids or terpenes , work best for treating certain medical maladies.
  • The researchers at Thomas Jefferson University need to know what pot shops patients are getting their bud from, as well as the types of bud.
  • The license allows medical research institutions, like Sidney Kimmel Medical College, to partner with the state’s pot shops for investigating the various hows and whys of medical cannabis use.

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