Looking for a genetic explanation for “Cannabis Use Disorder”

Genome-wide association study implicates CHRNA2 in Cannabis Use Disorder

Roughly 9% of cannabis users become dependent. In a recent study, scientists identified a significant association between CHRNA2 gene expression and a diagnosis of Cannabis Use Disorder. In other words, genetics might help to explain why some people may find themselves more dependent upon cannabis than others.

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Benjamin Caplan, MDLooking for a genetic explanation for “Cannabis Use Disorder”

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