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LI-based KannaLife Sciences to research marijuana use for concussions

The approval allows researchers to see if compounds

The approval allows researchers to see if compounds found in marijuana are an effective treatment for Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE). (August 4, 2014 6:52 PM)

A Huntington-based firm has been given the green light to start testing medicinal marijuana on patients who have suffered repeated brain trauma.

KannaLife Sciences wants to help former athletes, soldiers and others who have suffered multiple concussions.

KannaLife Founder Thoma Kikis says the National Institutes of Health has approved his company to look for specific compounds in marijuana...

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