Vitalité and Horizon health networks refuse to allow patients to vape medical marijuana in their facilities
A Moncton man dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder, depression and chronic pain is fighting for permission to vape medical marijuana while staying in the Dr. Georges-L-Dumont University Hospital Centre.
Michel Arsenault says he was prescribed medical marijuana in 2005 to deal with chronic pain after he was injured on the job in 1999.
He has undergone three major back surgeries since and said he tried other medication — including methadone and morphine — to handle the pain.
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