Knee Osteoarthritis
Research Study
Researchers at the University of Michigan want to examine the effects of cannabinoids CBD and THC on knee osteoarthritis pain. Join our compensated study today.
Study ID: HUM00180986 IRB: IRBMED Date Approved: 4/11/2024 Expiration Date: 4/10/2025

Conducted in Ann Arbor, MI
Compensation Provided
21-75 Years Old
Diagnosed with Knee Osteoarthritis
Fast Facts
MRI Eligible
Study Background
The goal of this study is to better understand how daily treatment with tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), cannabidiol (CBD), or the combination of CBD+THC affects knee osteoarthritis pain and other related symptoms.

We know that knee OA is painful and reduces quality of life. Our research team is dedicated to helping patients lead more comfortable and fulfilling lives by managing pain and other symptoms that come with knee OA.

Your participation may help health care providers better care for knee osteoarthritis patients in the future. Check eligibility today. Compensation provided.
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