Cannabis and Inflammatory Bowel Disease

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Learn about how medical cannabis is used for pain and symptom management, risks of cannabis use and safety considerations, travelling with cannabis, access and more!

Speaker: Dr. Christian Turbide is a gastroenterologist at Foothills Medical Centre and a Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Calgary.

This education presentation is supported by Spectrum Therapeutics.

Disclaimer: There is no scientific evidence that the use of medical marijuana in any form prevents IBD symptoms and Crohn’s and Colitis Canada does not endorse the use of any cannabis product.

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