An analysis of the existing statistical research by the Library of Congress showed mixed results and no clear scientific support for cannabis use leading to harder illicit drug use. Researchers determined that no causal link can be claimed at this time.
A new report details the analyses of peer-reviewed statistical studies published between 2008 and 2018, including both human and animal-based studies, on cannabis use and its association with the subsequent use of other illicit drugs. It details the methodological rigor of these studies (i.e., how they were conducted) to evaluate the scientific and statistical evidence and the integrity of their findings.
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