Impact Of One Cannabis Joint Equivalent To Up To Five Simultaneous Cigarettes On Lungs

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Impact Of One Cannabis Joint Equivalent To Up To Five Simultaneous Cigarettes On Lungs

Medical News Today 31 Jul 2007
If a person smokes one cannabis joint the impact on his/her lungs is the equivalent of smoking up to five cigarettes concurrently, says a report in the journal Thorax.
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