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First marijuana testing for vets with PTSD underway in Phoenix; volunteers wanted

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By Ray Stern | Phoenix New Times

The first-ever clinical study of smoked cannabis for veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder took place in Phoenix this week, making medical-marijuana history.

Many more volunteers are needed, says the nonprofit medical-research group leading the study.

The California-based Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS), founded in 1986, is conducting the study with the help of a $2.16 million grant from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.

Over the next two years, the study will “evaluate the safety and efficacy of four different potencies of marijuana to manage symptoms of PTSD in 76 U.S. veterans,” a MAPS news release states.

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