FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 28, 2016
Contact: Natalie Symes
3365 Pepper Lane, Suite 102
Las Vegas, Nevada 89120
The answers may be more readily available than ever, according to a new University of Michigan Study. The study found that “patients using medical marijuana to control chronic pain reported a 64 percent reduction in their use of more traditional prescription pain medications known as opioids.”
According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, “at least one Nevadan dies every day from an opiate overdose” and “[f]rom 2010 to 2014, hospital inpatient admissions related to opioids jumped to 3,783 from 2,993.”
With medical marijuana available to patients in need more readily than ever, the Nevada Dispensary Association is proud to provide aid to this necessary industry in its quest to combat the dire consequences of the opioid crisis.
Headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Nevada Dispensary Association is dedicated to developing and promoting best practices among Nevada medical marijuana dispensaries as well as supporting the efforts of dispensary owners to provide high quality, safe medical marijuana to Nevada’s patients.
For more information, visit www.nvdispense.com or contact Natalie Symes at firstname.lastname@example.org.