The primary objective of this study is to investigate the prevalence of current and prior cannabis and/or CBD use in cancer patients who present to the pain management clinic at MDACC.
The secondary objective is to investigate the reason for cannabis/CBD use (e.g. pain, neuropsychiatric symptoms, recreational or other use), degree of symptom improvement with use, frequency of use, methods of use (e.g. inhaled vs. ingested), sources of information on cannabis/CBD, and patient interest in learning more from their physicians about cannabis/CBD for cancer pain.
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