TAA Position Statement on the Use of Medical Marijuana for Tourette Syndrome

Tourette Association of America

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Abstract

The Tourette Association of America (TAA) is the leading national non-profit organization in the United States working to make life better for all people affected by Tourette Syndrome and Tic Disorders. As part of that mission the TAA has encouraged and funded research into all aspects of Tourette Syndrome including pharmacological, behavioral, and alternative treatments and therapies.

Inquiries about the use of medical marijuana (cannabis) to alleviate the symptoms of Tourette Syndrome have been on the rise. While some adult members of our community have reported reduced tics when using medical marijuana, others have reported adverse reactions or no effect at all.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherTourette Association of America
Number of pages3
Publication statusPublished - 12 Sep 2019

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Tourette Association of America (2019). TAA Position Statement on the Use of Medical Marijuana for Tourette Syndrome. Tourette Association of America.

TAA Position Statement on the Use of Medical Marijuana for Tourette Syndrome. / Tourette Association of America.

Tourette Association of America, 2019. 3 p.

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Tourette Association of America 2019, TAA Position Statement on the Use of Medical Marijuana for Tourette Syndrome. Tourette Association of America.
Tourette Association of America. TAA Position Statement on the Use of Medical Marijuana for Tourette Syndrome. Tourette Association of America, 2019. 3 p.
Tourette Association of America. / TAA Position Statement on the Use of Medical Marijuana for Tourette Syndrome. Tourette Association of America, 2019. 3 p.
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