Register for Upcoming Research

My Compassion’s Research Exchange is the place where we come together to participate in upcoming research, that will help increase our collective understanding of dosing, drug interactions, side effects and any benefit it provides for chronic conditions, harm reduction and alcoholism.

With the recent announcement in Aug 2016, from the DEA to expand cannabis research. The best time to begin clinical trials on cannabis for conditions like cancer is now. With your participation and the collaboration of other researchers and academic institutions and the assistance of licensed cannabis businesses, My Compassion can initiate the clinical trials and studies that will provide the scientific data that has been lacking for years.

Cannabis could very well be the cure for cancer and best treatment for epilepsy or PTSD but in order to find out its full potential we must perform clinical studies and trials. Register to participate in upcoming cannabis research and help discover how cannabinoids are positively affecting millions of people suffering needlessly.

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Participate in a clinical study

Use of Medical Cannabis for the treatment of Chemotherapy Induced Nausea and Vomiting (CINV)

If you or someone you know has recently been diagnosed with cancer and will begin chemotherapy, we are conducting a clinical research study and are currently looking for volunteers to test the effects of cannabis on the nausea and vomiting that people may experience from chemotherapy.

Chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting (CINV) affects some cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy and has been shown to be an influence on quality of life. The medical use of cannabis for those diagnosed with cancer is now legal in 28 states. This study will include Colorado, Illinois, Michigan, Nevada and Washington State. To be enrolled in this study, one needs to either have or obtain a doctor recommendation to use cannabis with a state certified card from one of these states or be 21 years of age or older in Colorado, Nevada and Washington State.