Cannabis affects the severity of schizophrenic symptoms: results of a clinical survey.

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Data on the history of cannabis use and a spot urine test for cannabinoids were obtained for 137 schizophrenics in treatment. Subjects who were using cannabis during the 6-month observation period presented with a significantly higher degree of delusional and hallucinatory activity than those who did not. Moreover, the group using cannabis made a higher… (More)

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@article{Negrete1986CannabisAT, title={Cannabis affects the severity of schizophrenic symptoms: results of a clinical survey.}, author={Juan Carlos Negrete and Wallace P. Knapp and Donald Edward Douglas and W. Barney Smith}, journal={Psychological medicine}, year={1986}, volume={16 3}, pages={515-20} }