Government Reports Lead To Both Confusion And Cooperation

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Cannabis Patients Alliance Executive Director Teri Robnett was interviewed by Dope Magazine about the Colorado Board of Health’s decision to deny Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and the challenges to good research.

“There’s a trend to focus on research done in the U.S., not reports from other countries, such as Israel, where the positive effects of cannabis have been documented. The report was going to be biased in the first place,” said Robinette (sic).

Government Reports Lead To Both Confusion And Cooperation
Early 2015 Reports By Colorado Departments Of Health And Revenue Are Changing The Tone Of Discussions About Marijuana Regulations And Research.


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