Brian Kelly 
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Re: “Could 2019 be the year South Carolina lawmakers approve medical marijuana?

When a loved one is in pain, wasting away unable to eat, and needs this marvelous herb in order to increase their appetite, reduce the overwhelming pain, and live as as healthy and happily as they can with the time they have left, lets have the compassion to allow them to have it.

Stop treating Medical Marijuana Patients like second rate citizens and common criminals by forcing them to the dangerous black market for their medicine.

Risking incarceration to obtain the medicine you need is no way to be forced to live.

Support Medical Marijuana Now!

[A] federal policy that prohibits physicians from alleviating suffering by prescribing marijuana for seriously ill patients is misguided, heavy-handed, and inhumane. Dr. Jerome Kassirer, Federal Foolishness and Marijuana, editorial, New England Journal of Medicine, January 30, 1997

[M]arijuana has an extremely wide acute margin of safety for use under medical supervision and cannot cause lethal reactions [G]reater harm is caused by the legal consequences of its prohibition than possible risks of medicinal use. American Public Health Association, Resolution #9513, Access to Therapeutic Marijuana/Cannabis, 1995

When appropriately prescribed and monitored, marijuana/cannabis can provide immeasurable benefits for the health and well-being of our patients We support state and federal legislation not only to remove criminal penalties associated with medical marijuana, but further to exclude marijuana/cannabis from classification as a Schedule I drug. American Academy of HIV Medicine, letter to New York Assemblyman Richard Gottfried, November 11, 2003

The National Nurses Society on Addictions urges the federal government to remove marijuana from the Schedule I category immediately, and make it available for physicians to prescribe. NNSA urges the American Nurses Association and other health care professional organizations to support patient access to this medicine. National Nurses Society on Addictions, May 1, 1995

[The AAFP accepts the use of medical marijuana] under medical supervision and control for specific medical indications. American Academy of Family Physicians, 1989, reaffirmed in 2001

[We] recommend allow[ing] [marijuana] prescription where medically appropriate. National Association for Public Health Policy, November 15, 1998

Therefore be it resolved that the American Nurses Association will: Support the right of patients to have safe access to therapeutic marijuana/cannabis under appropriate prescriber supervision. American Nurses Association, resolution, 2003

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Posted by Brian Kelly on January 7, 2019 at 5:53 PM
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