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Smoking marijuana could reduce cognitive decline in people living with HIV.
A recent small study found that pot smokers had less evidence of inflammation associated with cognitive decline.
The marijuana-like drug can be taken orally to treat weight loss in people with AIDS.
Research that showed that an ingredient in pot alters the disease progression of SIV in the guts of monkeys led to inaccurate reporting.
Study of effects of component of marijuana on the disease progression of a simian version of HIV had led to highly inaccurate news reports.
Synthetic anti-inflammatory compounds derived from the active ingredient of marijuana appear to show potential as anti-HIV agents.
Drugs that target one of the two cellular receptors stimulated by the active ingredient in marijuana may prove to be effective at blocking a f...
According to Washington state officials, a measure to legalize recreational marijuana use has enough signatures to get on the ballot in Novemb...
Monkeys infected with simian immunodeficiency virus (SIV) that were given chronic doses of the active ingredient in marijuana appeared to have...
But Marinol is expensive and inaccessible to many people with HIV, even though it is preferable to smoking pot.
In states where it is legal, medical marijuana helps some HIV-positive people cope with living their lives.
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