Cannabis And Psychosis Are Linked, And We’re a Step Closer to Understanding How

By MIKE MCRAE

What that level is and how that relationship functions isn’t so easy to unravel, with mental health and drug use commonly locked in a tug-of-war that makes cause-and-effect hard to tease apart.

According to a new study conducted by a team of researchers from the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and King’s College London in the UK, the genes for schizophrenia could prove to be the key to explaining why some cannabis users develop psychosis while others don’t.

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