Daniel Clauw, M.D.

Daniel Clauw, M.D., is a professor of anesthesiology, psychiatry and rheumatology at the University of Michigan. Clauw specializes in chronic pain, especially fibromyalgia and Gulf War illnesses, and the central nervous system’s role in chronic pain states. He received his medical degree at U-M and completed his residency and fellowship at Georgetown University.

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Why U.S. Doctors Love Opioids and Hate Marijuana for Chronic Pain
Despite the well documented opioid epidemic, the medical community is slow to adopt marijuana for pain management. Here's why doctors are still favoring opioids.