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Irvin Rosenfeld Federal Medical Marijuana Patient

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Speaking on a panel at the Fourth National Clinical Conference on Cannabis Therapeutics in Santa Barbara about the condition that qualified him to receive medical cannabis (marijuana) from the U.S. Federal Government. Panel moderator is Mary Lynn Mathre, RN, MSN, CARN. Barbara Douglass could not attend.
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Irvin Rosenfeld — Federal Medical Cannabis Patient

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“When Rosenfeld began receiving marijuana from the federal government in 1982, he became the second patient to benefit under a narrowly defined “compassionate protocol” that supplied glaucoma and cancer patients with cannabis until the Federal Drug Administration’s Investigational New Drug Program was disbanded a decade later.

Today, Rosenfeld is one of only four patients who continue to receive weed from the federal government. He is the longest surviving member of the program.”

Irvin Rosenfeld Has Received Over 115,000 Joints from the Federal Government
(http://abcnews.go.com/Business/man-sets-marijuana-record-smokes-115000-joints-provided/story?id=9159281#.Tysl40zUNv0)

This article was first published on http://www.cannabisworld.biz.