A recent survey uncovered some intriguing news about how some individuals are using marijuana. These results could hint at the potential for biotechs to develop cannabinoids that can treat a problem that affects nearly 40 million Americans.      It’s not just younger adults who support legalization of medical marijuana. In April, the AARP reported findings from a survey that found 80% of Americans between the ages of 50 and 80 either strongly or somewhat support the use of marijuana with a physician’s consent. Only 6% of these older individuals actually used marijuana themselves, though. Keep in mind that the AARP survey included states where medical marijuana isn’t yet legal. A new survey conducted by Colorado market intelligence and consumer research firm BDS Analytics provides a new perspective on senior adults and marijuana use.  BD Analytics surveyed 11,600 adults in 26 states where medical marijuana has been legalized. This Latest Marijuana Survey Should Be Great News for Cannabis-Focused Biotechs

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