As legalization spreads throughout the developed world, the true health effects of cannabis are more important to understand than ever before. This video investigates a link between marijuana and the mental health disorder schizophrenia.
This video was made by McMaster Students Matthew Yanovski, Mohamed Gareiw, Syed Fowad Daud and Ihtisham Ahmad, in collaboration with the McMaster Demystifying Medicine Platform.
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Special thanks to our guest narrators:
– Danial Qureshi
– Adhithya Krishnan
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