HIV-positive patients who consume cannabis daily have lower levels of neuroinflammation than non-cannabis consuming HIV-positive patients, according to a study. Study: HIV Patients Who Use Cannabis Daily See Lower Neuroinflammation

HIV-positive patients who consume cannabis daily have lower levels of neuroinflammation than non-cannabis consuming HIV-positive patients, according to a University of California, San Diego study published this week in the Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society.

Researchers found that HIV-positive subjects who consumed cannabis daily possessed lower levels of chronic inflammation than did HIV-positive subjects who didn’t use cannabis and that the chronic inflammation results of those who used cannabis were similar to those of HIV-negative subjects with no history of cannabis use.
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