Review will be done within 5 years after legalization on Oct. 17.
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The Canadian Medical Association has floated the idea of eliminating the medical cannabis access system.
The Canadian Medical Association (CMA) is doubling down on its call to end Canada’s medical marijuana program once recreational legalization comes into effect on October 17, 2018.
The Canadian Medical Association (CMA) recently announced that it supports the elimination of the current medical cannabis system once federal legalization is implemented in October.
It may take up to five years before clinical trials could confirm many of marijuana’s touted benefits, which is forcing doctors to grapple with a backward federal system in the meantime, says the president of the Canadian Medical Association.
The number of Canadians authorized to use medical marijuana has skyrocketed, even as medical experts warn that not enough is known about its risks and benefits.
Canada’s doctors are taking a stand against smoking marijuana, medicinal or otherwise.
The main groups representing Canadian doctors have declared they will not participate in Health Canada's upcoming anti-drug campaign targeting young people.
Representatives of licensed medical marijuana companies are being sent to doctors’ offices as part of the push to get hesitant physicians to prescribe the drug more often.
The head of the Canadian Medical Association has a few choice words for the medical marijuana industry.