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As a result, many seniors who could benefit from cannabis use may be suffering serious consequences, advocates say.In states where medical cannabis is legal, there are 25 percent fewer opioid overdoses, the journal JAMA Internal Medicine reported in 2016.On this night, though, Huen worked to persuade the Sunset group of the benefits of what would be the neighborhood’s first licensed pot shop — one he and his wife, former Oakland mayor Jean Quan, would co-own.People react as the police temporarily suspend a community meeting regarding the proposed medical cannabis dispensary after a largely angry crowd exceeded the room’s capacity at the Taraval Police Station’s community room March 2. The raucous evening demonstrates the challenge Huen and other doctors who advocate for medical marijuana face in trying to convince not just the general public, but especially older patients they believe can benefit the most.“We have not developed any clinical practices guidelines for medical marijuana,” said Dan Trucil, assistant director of communications with the American Geriatric Society.Health insurance almost never covers medical cannabis, which can cost ,000 per year on average — prohibitive for a person on a fixed income.
He said “not a day goes by” that he does not see seniors with nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, pain, depression or anxiety. “When I see those people, I’m able to offer them one medicine instead of writing them prescriptions for five or six, all of which might interact with each other or the chemotherapy or targeted therapy that the patients are taking,” Abrams said.
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It found “conclusive and substantial” evidence that cannabis and its derivatives work on chronic pain, nausea, muscle spasms and a host of other conditions.
Statistics from the Centers for Disease Control, meanwhile, indicate that half of the country’s seniors have chronic pain, half have arthritis, half have insomnia, and 17 percent get migraine headaches, and that many seniors have more than one of these conditions.
Medical facilities generally lack written policies approving the use of medical marijuana, so seniors who do use it often do so covertly.