Cannabis Oil for Pain Effectiveness

Official Title

Cannabis Oil for Pain Effectiveness

Summary:

This project represents a first systematic, prospective, single-arm cohort study of a safe and effective dosing regimen of an orally administered cannabis oil formulation in a cancer subject population with poorly controlled pain.

Trial Description

Primary Outcome:

  • Sustained pain response
Secondary Outcome:
  • Pain response at any time
  • Toxicity of treatment intervention - incidence and grade of AEs
  • Anxiety and depression
  • Functional well-being
  • Quality of life
  • Neuropathic pain
Over a 1-2 year period, 40 cancer patients experiencing poorly controlled pain will be enrolled in to a prospective single-arm cohort study, in which they will receive an orally administered cannabis oil formulation as an add-on therapy to current treatment regimens. Subjects entering the acute study phase will be titrated to a tolerated dose at which a sustained pain response is reached, and may subsequently enter a 12 week chronic phase during which safety and durability of pain response will be assessed at their stable dose.

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Resources

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