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What the practicing physician should know about marijuana

Hardin B Jones

What the practicing physician should know about marijuana

by Hardin B Jones

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration, Los Angeles Division in Los Angeles, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Marijuana,
  • Drug abuse -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Caption title

    StatementHardin B. Jones
    ContributionsUnited States. Drug Enforcement Administration
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[4] p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15577050M

      Physicians Who Use Marijuana are 'Unsafe to Practice' MONTREAL, Canada — Physicians who legally use medical marijuana to treat their own debilitating conditions such as chronic pain or nausea are considered unsafe to practice medicine in the state of Colorado until such time that they no longer need the treatment, according to a policy from.   Marijuana is one of the most commonly used illicit drug in the United States. When smoked, it begins to affect users almost immediately and can last for one to three hours. When it is eaten in food, such as baked in brownies and cookies, the effects take longer to begin, but usually last longer.

    Marijuana advocates allege that a large number of oncologists want marijuana available for their patients. But a survey of 1, oncologists found that only 12% of those surveyed had ever recommended that patients should smoke marijuana, and only 1% had recommended it more frequently than five times per year. 4 Twenty-eight percent of respondents favored rescheduling marijuana, but 10% of Author: Eric A Voth. “Here is a book by four leading experts who collaborate in answering questions about marijuana..” – Thomas Schelling, Nobel Laureate in Economic Sciences “Very engaging from beginning to end this book should anger the public with the amount of misinformation ”.

      Nicole Saphier, M.D., is a full-time practicing physician at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center active in patient advocacy and a Fox News Contributor. Her Author: Nicole Saphier. in marijuana that are delivered in controlled doses by nontoxic delivery systems, and 2) smoked marijuana. Second, one must consider the drug approval process in the context of public health, not just for medical marijuana but also for all medicines and especially for controlled substances.


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What the practicing physician should know about marijuana. Los Angeles, Calif.: U.S. Dept. of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration, Los Angeles Division, [] (OCoLC)   In her presentation at the conference, Dr. Gundersen told delegates about the "viral situation" in Colorado, where the number of Medical Marijuana Registry identification cards has "grown.

Abstract. We asked practicing physicians in general internal medicine, family medicine, gastroenterology, or psychiatry to indicate whether possessing or using marijuana should be considered a felony, a misdemeanor, warrant the issuance of a citation, or be by:   What Doctors Should Know About Recommending Marijuana in Pennsylvania.

Posted by Marijuana Doctors on 04/12/ in Doctor Resources. Updated on Janu Medical content reviewed by Dr. Joseph Rosado, MD, M.B.A, Chief Medical Officer. Once you find a clinic, see a doctor who is qualified to recommend medical marijuana to treat your symptoms.

We make the process easy at We help you find doctors and conveniently schedule appointments online. Once you choose a physician, you should call your primary care doctor’s office to obtain any medical records that. marijuana or marihuana, drug obtained from the flowering tops, stems, and leaves of the hemp plant, Cannabis sativa (see hemp) or C.

indica; the latter species can withstand colder climates. It is one of the most commonly used drugs in the world, following only caffeine, nicotine, and alcoholic beverages in the United States, where it is usually smoked, it also has been called.

Will my other doctors know if I get a medical marijuana recommendation. In Oregon, there are doctors who specifically sign for the OMMP card. They have no affiliation with, for example, other doctors or insurance companies, but take payment in cas.

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Other surveys have been conducted on. “I started smoking cannabis and drinking alcohol for the same reason I would sometimes tell self aggrandizing lies; I was wanting in courage. The only intimacy I could find was through drinking, smoking, lying and taking short cuts.

Physician advice on reducing smoking and alcohol consumption has a real impact on patient behavior. Perhaps an open and stigma-free discussion about the frequency of cannabis use and the dosing and composition of cannabis might reduce the subsequent risk for a Author: Christopher G.

Fichtner, Howard B. Moss. Marijuana has been demonized, glorified, and now increasingly “medicalized.” A well-funded effort is under way to spread the legalization of “medical marijuana” by means of referenda and state legislation beyond the 16 states and District of Columbia where it is currently by: Voters overwhelmingly support medical cannabis access; increasingly, their doctors do, too.

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This book summarizes what we know about marijuana from evidence-based medicine--the harm it may do and the relief it may bring to patients.

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Medical marijuana has been legal in Canada for 16 years, and Dr. Ware, a practicing physician, studies how his patients take the drug and under what conditions it is effective.