news British Columbia Cannabis may help reduce exposure to fentanyl among people taking opioid replacements, study finds Social Sharing Facebook Twitter Email Reddit LinkedIn Study looked at 819 people undergoing treatment for opioid use disorder in Vancouver Rafferty Baker · CBC News A new study by researchers with the B.C. Centre on Substance Use has found that cannabis use is associated with a 10 per cent reduced risk of exposure to fentanyl among a group of 819 people getting treatment for opioid use disorder. (Rafferty Baker/CBC)

British Columbia Cannabis may help reduce exposure to fentanyl among people taking opioid replacements, study finds Social Sharing Facebook Twitter Email Reddit LinkedIn Study looked at 819 people undergoing treatment for opioid use disorder in Vancouver Rafferty Baker · CBC News A new study by researchers with the B.C. Centre on Substance Use has found that cannabis use is associated with a 10 per cent reduced risk of exposure to fentanyl among a group of 819 people getting treatment for opioid use disorder. (Rafferty Baker/CBC)

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