Most Canadian pediatricians are shying away from medical cannabis for patients, knowing that it can hurt the developing brain and that there isn’t much research to guide them.
But physicians say they are getting increasing requests for cannabis from parents, for a growing list of conditions.
Dr. Adam Rapoport, medical director of the pediatric palliative care team at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, says, “This is mostly driven by parents, and doctors have fallen behind.”
Lauren Kelly agrees. “It’s happening and we’re playing catch-up.”
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