Clinical Studies and Case Reports

On this site you will find clinical studies with cannabis or single cannabinoids in different diseases and case reports on the use of cannabis by patients.
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TitleAntiemetic therapy: a review of recent studies and a report of a random assignment trial comparing metoclopramide with delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol.
Author(s)Gralla RJ, Tyson LB, Bordin LA, Clark RA, Kelsen DP, Kris MG, Kalman LB, Groshen S
Journal, Volume, IssueCancer Treat Rep 1984;68(1):163-72
Major outcome(s)Poorer antiemetic control and more side effects with dronabinol than with the metoclopramide, both better than placebo
IndicationNausea/vomiting;Cancer;Cancer chemotherapyAbstract
MedicationDelta-9-THC

Route(s)Oral
Dose(s)THC 10mg/m2, 1.5 h prior to chemotherapy, then every 3 h for a total of 5 doses
Duration (days)
Participants30 cancer patients on cisplatin
DesignControlled study
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