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Marijuana uses shown to induce short-lived schizophrenia like symptoms

A Yale research study shows that the main active ingredient in marijuana causes short-lived, schizophrenia-like symptoms such as suspiciousness, delusions and memory and attention impairment.

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About: Marijuana uses shown to induce short-lived schizophrenia like symptoms

Date: 15 June 2004

Source: Yale University

Author: Jacqueline Weaver

URL: http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/medicalnews.php?newsid=9510

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