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Up to 40% of people with Multiple Sclerosis are currently using medical marijuana to treat symptoms brought on by the disease. Currently there is a lack of scientific evidence of the effectiveness and the long term benefits and consequences of medical marijuana use. Our research group is conducting a study to investigate these possible benefits and consequences as it relates to motor function in people with MS. We are recruiting people with MS who use medical marijuana and people with MS who do not use medical marijuana. If you are eligible for the study the total time requirement to participate will be approximately 8 hours, divided into 3 session over an approximate 3 week period. During this time you will be asked to perform a variety of motor tasks such as rising from a chair, walking 6 meters, and performing maximal leg strength testing. At the end of each session you will receive compensation for your time.
If you would like more information before filling out this online screening for you can contact us at:
This trial has been approved by the Colorado State University Institutional Review Board (ID # 16-6685HH), they can be contacted at:
Would you like to take part in this online screening to determine if you are eligible to participate in this study?
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