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Can medical marijuana treat brain diseases?

A study from the Academy of Neurology indicates marijuana pills or spray could help some Multiple Sclerosis patients. But the findings suggest the drug is not effective in treating Parkinson’s disease or epilepsy seizures. Now that marijuana is legal in many places, researchers hope it will be easier to conduct more studies. Teri Okita reports.
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