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Medical Marijuana Research

At Children's Hospital Colorado, we support strong clinical trials and rigorous scientific research. This includes research to determine the safety and efficacy of medical marijuana and its derivatives or by-products in the treatment of pediatric disease.

Safety Concerns for Kids and Edible Marijuana

NBC News| October 30, 2016

Breastfeeding & Marijuana (S5:E12)

Listen to experts discuss marijuana use during pregnancy and breastfeeding, and a study to explore how THC is excreted in breast milk.

Research on Medical Marijuana for Central Nervous System Tumors

Children’s Hospital Colorado physicians would like to learn more about medical marijuana in children with brain and spine tumors. Get information on volunteer requirements, compensation and how to participate.

Recent Research Topics in Pediatrics That Could Change the Way You Practice (S3:E15)

Pediatricians and editors of the peer-reviewed medical journal Pediatrics discuss recent research studies that could change the way you practice pediatrics.

Physicians Represent Children's Colorado at NASPGHAN Annual Conference

October 23, 2018

Research at the Digestive Health Institute

As one of the nation's leading pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition programs, the faculty and staff at the Digestive Health Institute are committed to advancing knowledge and clinical care in order to improve the digestive health of our patients.

The Facts About Marijuana

Our experts answer all your questions about marijuana, how it’s used and possible side effects of the drug.


Acute Marijuana Intoxication

Accidental marijuana ingestion can be harmful in children & teens. Learn about the effects of marijuana ingestion on children from Children's Colorado.

Marijuana as Medicine (S2:E14)

Learn about the current state of medical marijuana in pediatric medicine.

Marijuana Breast Milk Research

We're conducting a study of marijuana use during pregnancy to determine how long the drug remains in a mother's breast milk.

Marijuana in Breast Milk

For breastfeeding mothers who smoke marijuana, research is revealing concerning findings. Among them, the amount of THC excreted in breast milk and how long it lasts.