Connecticut Board of Physicians Recommends Medical Cannabis for Several Disabling Conditions

January 13, 2017 Anthony Martinelli

Connecticut officials have voted to expand the state’s medical cannabis program to include four more qualifying conditions. The Board of Physicians voted in favor of adding fibromyalgia, muscular dystrophy, shingles and rheumatoid arthritis as medical cannabis conditions. Unfortunately the panel rejected adding atopic dermatitis, eczema, osteoarthritis and severe COPD/emphysema. “The program is maturing at a [...]

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