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This article was originally published on Monday, September 15, 2003 for the Harvard Crimson Online, and has been re-posted from the November – December 2003 Cannabis Health Journal. My improbable cannabis enlightenment began in 1967. I was concerned that so many young people were using the terribly dangerous drug, marijuana,

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This article has been re-posted from the July – August 2003 Cannabis Health Journal. By Dr. Lester Grinspoon The government of the United States has a problem where medical marijuana is concerned. While there are many thousands of patients in the United States who currently use cannabis as a medicine,

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This article has been re-posted from the March – April 2004 Cannabis Health Journal. by Lisa A Kirkman The complexity of issues surrounding medical marijuana use are staggering and the pain of knowing you can do little to help ease the suffering of your sick child is immeasurable. So why

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This article has been re-posted from the April – May 2003 Cannabis Health Journal. By Matt Elrod In November 1998, a year before the Institute of Medicine [1] rekindled North American interest in cannabinoid research and the development of cannabis-based Pharmaceuticals, the UK House of Lords Select Committee on Science

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This article has been re-posted from the January – February 2006 Cannabis Health Journal. By Dr. Robert Melamede “Harm reduction-the cannabis paradox” is a peer-reviewed scientific article that was recently published in the freely accessible Harm Reduction Journal. The title of the article reflects the paradox that society typically views

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