T266. Memory Deficits are Reversible With Sustained Cannabis Abstinence Among Cannabis Using Adolescents

      Studies show neurocognitive dysfunction among adolescent cannabis users, yet it is unclear for what duration these deficits persist. Reversibility of neurocognitive dysfunction with abstinence would support a putative causal impact of cannabis on brain functioning.
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