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This disease is characterized by a degenerative condition that destroys the millions of microscopic light sensors (known as photoreceptors) in the human eye and until today an effective cure for it has not been found. To carry out the investigation, the scientists of Alicante administered a synthetic cannabinoid (the active chemicals of marijuana) to a group of rats for 90 days and after observing them during this period they found that these rats kept 40% more in their eyes of photoreceptors than untreated rodents. Rats that received the medication also experienced "an improvement in connectivity between photoreceptors and postsynaptic neurons" that receive and process the light signals. "These data suggest that cannabinoids are potentially useful for delaying retinal degeneration in patients with pigmentary retinitis," notes the study published earlier this month in the journal 'Experimental Eye Research'. This is the first time that marijuana has been studied as a treatment for this disease. Nevertheless, the researchers also point out that they were not able to identify the exact mechanisms by which cannabinoids delay vision loss in patients with retinitis pigmentosa and admit that a more detailed investigation is necessary to reach definitive conclusions. More than two thirds of doctors in the US They believe that cannabis can be used to treat certain conditions, according to a new survey conducted by WebMD / Medscape. The results of a survey of more than 1,500 doctors in 48 states reveal doctors' strong support for marijuana as medicine. Although marijuana for the federal government is classified as having no medical use, 69% of doctors surveyed by WebMD / Medscape said it "can help with certain treatments and conditions." 67% of doctors also agreed that cannabis "should be a medical option for patients."

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