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Very Angry Cancer patient

I read that a terminally ill, cancer patient who was using black-market cannabis, to relieve her suffering, was ripped off & is ‘Very Angry’ about this & the issues.. 335 more words

Medical School hosts first seminar on medical marijuana

Hawaii News Digest, 24 November 2017, 2310 UTC, Post #16024.



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Uproar over lack of French translation at Aurora Cannabis opening in Pointe-Claire

The official opening ceremony of a medical marijuana facility in Pointe-Claire on Friday was marred by a language brouhaha.

Alberta-based Aurora Cannabis announced in March it would be opening a 40,000-square-foot facility called Aurora Vie on Hymus Blvd. 269 more words

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Defense Bill might permit troopers To Use Medical Marijuana In Combat

Although the cannabis plant remains ill-gotten within the eyes of the federal, there’s a brand new defense bill on the table line for troopers on active duty to be allowed the employment of experimental medications, as well as… 649 more words

How Effective is Online Medical Marijuana?

Many individuals see drug addiction as a malady that needs mending. Many individuals experiencing substance mishandle see their lives going to a slow down. Medical marijuana sanctioning, however, has seen to the utilization of restorative weed to treat the untreatable. 544 more words

Online Medical Marijuana

A thought-provoking story about the struggles and legal battles a 12-year-old girl who uses medical marijuana to control epilepsy.

DENVER — A 12-year-old girl is spearheading a campaign to legalize medical marijuana across the whole country. Alexis Bortell said she and her family had no choice but to move from their Texas home to Colorado to treat her severe epilepsy.

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Marijuana's Legal Classification vs. Modern Science

A New Jersey appeals court recently ordered the Division of Consumer Affairs to seriously consider whether marijuana should still be classified as a Schedule I drug under the state’s Controlled Dangerous Substances Act. 783 more words

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