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Cannabinoids in multiple sclerosis (CAMS) study: safety and efficacy data for 12 months follow up
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    Cannabinoids, multiple sclerosis and aluminium?

    Dear Editor,

    I have read with interest the eLetter concerning the recent paper on the use of cannabinoids as therapy in MS.

    If the suggestion is correct that patients receiving cannabinoid therapy suffered a higher number of relapses then it might be pertinent to point out that cannabinoid extracts, such as THC, as well as cannabis resin, include a very high content of aluminium (as much as 0.4 mg Al/g T...

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    Are MS-relapses and infections more frequent in patients who receive cannaboids for 12 months?

    Dear Editor,


    This is a very interesting, thorough and highly relevant study, and I want to congratulate the authors for it.


    There is one question, however, that I would like to ask for clarificat...

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