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MEDICAL MARIJUANA CAREGIVERS JOURNAL

Chemo Sabe

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MEDICAL MARIJUANA CAREGIVERS JOURNAL is the story of the authors work as a professional caregiver to cancer/chemo and hospice patients in San Francisco hospitals and homes for more than a decade. Organized as an anecdotal collection of the authorsMoreMEDICAL MARIJUANA CAREGIVERS JOURNAL is the story of the authors work as a professional caregiver to cancer/chemo and hospice patients in San Francisco hospitals and homes for more than a decade. Organized as an anecdotal collection of the authors experiences with patients. The introduction contains a 5000 year history of medical marijuana- a discussion of the federal vs. state conflict- the status of current research, including statements from leaders in medicine, science, business, law and government.Did you know that studies have been done at UCSF that prove marijuana kills or inhibits the growth of malignant cancer cells?!! See Velasco, Carracedo, et. al., Cannabinoids and Gliomas, 2007. According to Dr. Lester Grinspoon, emeritus professor, Harvard School of Medicine, If marijuana were a new discovery rather than a well-known substance carrying cultural and political baggage, it would be hailed as a wonder drug.You will find helpful information for counseling and supporting patients- models for living through the cancer crisis- instructions for growing, cooking with and dosing medical marijuana- sources for marijuana plants and growing supplies- the Molly Fry story- legal information- lists of marijuana friendly lawyers and doctors- reference materials- resources- and much more. Entertaining, compelling, informative. Honest and direct.This book will stir the waters. It will certainly advance the cause of medical marijuana! J. Tony Serra, counter culture lawyerIt is through the efforts of people like Chemo Sabe that the laws of the United States will change and patients will be able to use all the resources available to them, legally. Catarina Collins for ReaderViews.com and Reuters