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Those regions showing significantly greater GMV in 14 year olds reporting one or two instances of cannabis use than in matched controls. Credit: Orr et al., JNeurosci (2019)
Dendritic spines of a rodent exposed to THC and stress. Credit: UPF
A rare metabolic disease that caused hundreds of seizures daily for 6-year-old Chloe Olivarez is now significantly under control as part of a clinical trial led by Dr. Juan Pascual that uses a medicinal oil for treatment. Credit: Image courtesy of UT Southwestern Medical Center