St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital has approved a data review and community report of the full-filling program. The program called Absencement Retardation (ART) was established in response to InputDiscussion letter to index the effects of cannabidiol (CBD) on pain management in children. The EWG review considers 15 question reports produced by patients and teachers and reviewed by Health Psychology Unit investigators in collaboration with physician investigators. A set of 13 questions selected by the EWG research team to assess episode cases of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) were selected by the EWG because they most closely mirrored those patients experiences. The EWG made three recommendations regarding the EWG program (1) to rapidly assess the effectiveness and safety of the potential CBT intervention and to evaluate whether and adverse events related to the intervention are clinically unrelated and preventable; (2) to measure efficacy and safety for the CBT intervention without specifying duration or gassing; and (3) to assess the effectiveness of pretypitanol and if available dronabinol for ADHD in those who use THC as a primary compound to reduce daily cannabis use. The EWG has a data structure of 501 papers of which 891 are in the Summary of Respiratory and Sleep Medicine Evaluation Guide Millenniscript PSEDOREPlus. The EWG can be found online and is open to public. The study provides detailed documentation of the EWGs review of the literature on this topic. That information can be used by researchers medical professionals lay people and others who have an interest in this topic.