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More than 21,000 patients have registered to participate in the medical marijuana program, with more than 6,000 certified by a physician.
Health officials, legal experts and medical marijuana activists say the case has wide-ranging potential to set a precedent for medical marijuana and medical cannabis treatments at schools across the country.
According to Albano, Minnesota Timberwolves star Karl Anthony Towns and former NBA Commissioner David Stern came out with statements urging the NBA to allow the use of the substance for professional cagers representing cities that where medical marijuana is legal.
But Atienza claimed that young people, such as depressed teenagers and children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, did not really need access to medical marijuana.
HEMIC doesn't believe the dispensaries have yet sold medical marijuana to the public.
Compassionate Care Clinics of America provides medical marijuana prescription services at clinics in Orange Park, Jacksonville, Gainesville, and Pompano Beach.
Twenty-six states and the District of Columbia have now legalized medical marijuana for a variety of illnesses.
The Toronto Globe and Mail reported that SDM held meetings with medical marijuana producers and suppliers about the idea of selling a generic line of legal marijuana through its pharmacies under the company's own brand, but the chain would not confirm such meetings.
While the amendment enumerates 10 diseases and disorders, the "other debilitating medical conditions" clause leaves open the potential for a vast array of other medical conditions to come within the purview of legal medical marijuana use.
People who live in states where medical marijuana is legal may take comfort that they will not likely be prosecuted as long as they comply with state law.
Medical marijuana is a controlled substance prohibited by federal law.
From a clinical perspective, medical marijuana has potential therapeutic value to relieve pain and muscle spasms, control nausea related to chemotherapy, stimulate appetite for AIDS patients, and control ocular pressure related to glaucoma.

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