- •These results suggest a therapeutic window with THC and pain reduction.
- •Extreme low and high levels have a negative association with pain intensity.
- •There was a minor linear effect of THC on cognitive testing.
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Disclosures: Supported by Grant C00-SD-107 from the University of California Center for Medicinal Cannabis Research, La Jolla, California, United States of America, with additional support from Zynerba Pharmaceuticals. Marcel Bonn-Miller is a paid employee of Zynerba Pharmaceuticals. The other authors have not conflicts of interest to disclose.