The Canadian Medical Association has floated the idea of eliminating the medical cannabis access system.
Niagara Falls man unable to deliver his own cannabis oil.
A separate medical cannabis system must remain in place to protect patient access and proper treatment after recreational sales of the drug are legal, argues a local advocate.
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.
“We thought it was less than that,” says principal investigator Richard Belanger.
Dr. Michael Rieder wants it made clear that cannabis is not a side-effect free, cure-all.
Medical marijuana backers in Utah are gearing up for an intense battle that could test the nationwide trend in support of medicinal pot.
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