Jan 282012
 January 28, 2012

canada marijuanaIt Can’t Hurt to Ask; A Patient-Centered Quality of Service Assessment of Health Canada’s Medical Cannabis Policy and Program

I was e-mailed a quality article by our friends at DrugSense.org, specifically from Canada. Canada’s medical marijuana program has intrigued me for a long time, ever since I read about how medical marijuana patients were going into elected officials offices and rolling up joints on their desks. Can you imagine if a medical marijuana patient tried to do that at any state capital in the US? They would no doubt be assaulted and arrested!

There are numerous polls out there dealing with the general public’s opinions on medical marijuana, but rarely are the patients themselves polled to see what their needs and concerns are. It appears that Philippe Lucas at the University of Victoria in British Columbia, Canada has done just that. His results are very interesting, and posted below:


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