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Patient Access to Cannabis Medicine – A History Lesson

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do you want to hear a heartwarming story of state and local politicians and regulators banding together to do what’s right (time and time again) for people with cerebral palsey, cancer, epilepsy, PTSD, AIDS and other medical conditions?

me too.

this is not that story.

Sarah Armstrong, Americans for Safe Access, gives a history lesson on the fight for medical cannabis in Los Angeles, which didn’t happen until almost 10 years after San Francisco.

Michael Backes founded Cornerstone Research Collective in Eagle Rock, California in 2007. CRC was the first research based Medical Marijuana Dispensary in the country.

Jean Talleyrand provides the doctor perspective. Jean founded MediCann in 2004 in San Francisco.

Alice Diehl provides the patient perspective. Alice is an actor in Southern California with Cerebral Palsy who came into medical cannabis in 2009, after her body started to break down.

We talk history and then the current state of being a patient in 2020 and access to safe, affordable, medicine.

patient access to cannabis medicine a history lesson RTVCx2ZEW78 1024x576 - Patient Access to Cannabis Medicine - A History Lesson

do you want to hear a heartwarming story of state and local politicians and regulators banding together to do what’s right (time and time again) for people with cerebral palsey, cancer, epilepsy, PTSD, AIDS and other medical conditions?

me too.

this is not that story.

Sarah Armstrong, Americans for Safe Access, gives a history lesson on the fight for medical cannabis in Los Angeles, which didn’t happen until almost 10 years after San Francisco.

Michael Backes founded Cornerstone Research Collective in Eagle Rock, California in 2007. CRC was the first research based Medical Marijuana Dispensary in the country.

Jean Talleyrand provides the doctor perspective. Jean founded MediCann in 2004 in San Francisco.

Alice Diehl provides the patient perspective. Alice is an actor in Southern California with Cerebral Palsy who came into medical cannabis in 2009, after her body started to break down.

We talk history and then the current state of being a patient in 2020 and access to safe, affordable, medicine.

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