Clinical Studies

No. Diagnosis Title Author(s) Year Medication(s) Design Major Outcome(s)
91 - “The effect of five day dosing with THCV on THC-induced cognitive, psychological and physiological effects in healthy male human volunteers: A placebo-controlled, double-blind, crossover pilot trial.” Atakan Z,
Englund A,
Kralj A,
Morrison P,
Murray R,
Tunstall N
2015 Delta-9-THC Controlled Study Inhibition of some of the well-known effects of THC by THCV and potentiation of other effects
92 - Acute effects of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, cannabidiol and their combination on facial emotion recognition: a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled study in cannabis users. Curran HV,
Das RK,
Freeman TP,
Gardener C,
Hindocha C,
Morgan CJ,
Schafer G
2015 Cannabidiol,
Controlled Study Improvement of recognition of emotional facial affect by CBD and attenuation of the impairment induced by THC
93 Alzheimer's disease Tetrahydrocannabinol for neuropsychiatric symptoms in dementia: A randomized controlled trial. Ahmed AI,
Feuth T,
Kramers C,
Olde Rikkart MG,
Rosenberg PB,
van der Marck MA,
var den Elsen GA,
Verkes RJ
2015 Delta-9-THC,
Controlled Study No reduction in NPS by low-dose THC (3x1.5mg), though it is well-tolerated
94 Dependency/withdrawal,
The prescription of medical cannabis by a transitional pain service to wean a patient with complex pain from opioid use following liver transplantation: a case report. Clarke H,
Ghanekar A,
Hanlon JG,
Katznelson R,
McGilvray I,
Meng H
2015 Cannabis,
Uncontrolled case report The use of cannabis reduced opioid consumption
95 Pain Single dose delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol in chronic pancreatitis patients: analgesic efficacy, pharmacokinetics and tolerability de Vries M,
Pain and Nociception Neuroscience Research Group,
van Goor H,
van Rijckevorsel DC,
Vissers KC,
Wilder-Smith OH
2015 Delta-9-THC,
Controlled Study No effect of a single low dose of THC on abdominal pain resulting from chronic pancreatitis in clinical study.
96 Appetite loss/weight loss,
Improving Quality of Life With Nabilone During Radiotherapy Treatments for Head and Neck Cancers: A Randomized Double-Blind Placebo-Controlled Trial Côté M,
Fortin A,
Trudel M,
Wang C
2015 Nabilone,
Controlled Study Nabilone did not reduce pain and nausea in patients treated for head and neck cancer.
97 Cancer,
Dronabinol Treatment of Refractory Nausea and Vomiting Related to Peritoneal Carcinomatosis. Hernandez SL,
Sheyner I,
Stewert JT,
Stover KT
2015 Delta-9-THC,
Open Study THC may be very effective in the treatment of nausea and vomiting in end-stage cancer.
98 Cancer Patterns of Use of Medical Cannabis Among Israeli Cancer Patients: A Single Institution Experience. Garty M,
Lesham Y,
Urban D,
Waissengrin B,
Wolf I
2015 Cannabis,
Open Study Cannabis use “is perceived as highly effective” by some patients with advanced cancer.
99 HIV/AIDS High-intensity cannabis use associated with lower plasma human immunodeficiency virus-1 RNA viral load among recently infected people who use injection drugs. Guillemi S,
Hogg R,
Kerr T,
Marshall B,
Milloy MJ,
Montaner JS,
Richardson L,
Wood E
2015 Cannabis,
Open Study At least daily cannabis use was associated with significant lower plasma HIV viral loads.
100 Pain Experience of adjunctive cannabis use for chronic non-cancer pain: Findings from the Pain and Opioids IN Treatment (POINT) study. Bruno R,
Campbell G,
Cohen M,
Degenhardt L,
Farrell M,
Hall WD,
Lintzeris N
2015 Cannabis,
Survey Pain patients, who receive opioids, experience better pain relief if they also take cannabis.