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    Nabilone, a synthetic form of marijuana, reduces pain and anxiety in people with fibromyalgia, a new study shows.

    Click here to read the full WebMD article.

    Is this something you would consider taking for your Fibromyalgia pain? Is anxiety part of the picture for you? How do you handle your pain and/or anxiety now?

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