We encourage all patients and healthcare professionals to evaluate the available data on the use of medical marijuana in Schizophrenia and psychosis patients, and we encourage patients to seek the advice of informed physicians to guide their use of marijuana to treat their medical condition. We have broken down the published articles into sections. Within each section there are links to specific published articles which we feel are of interest and also, the ability to run a search of published literature (through Google Scholar **) based on specific search criteria. Alternately, you can search based on your own search terms in the search field at the end of the page.
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