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Cannabis: Protecting Patients and Reducing Harm

Follow Us!Share This!FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Berkeley, CA—May 1, 2017– Physicians, research scientists and faculty from across the U.S. and around the globe will present the latest scientific, medical and clinical research findings May 18 – 20th at Patients Out of Time’s The Eleventh National Clinical Conference on Cannabis Therapeutics: “Cannabis: Protecting Patients and Reducing Harm.” The conference is accredited for CMEs and CEUs and will be held at the Doubletree by Hilton Berkeley Marina in Berkeley, CA. Although the initial…
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TSA Does NOT Allow Medical Cannabis Aboard Flights in the US

Follow Us!Share This!The federal Transportation Security Administration does not allow medical cannabis on board any flights in the US. Earlier today a marijuana industry-related blog carried a report that the TSA was officially going to allow patients to bring their medical cannabis with them on board flights. This report was not correct. The story included a purported screenshot of the TSA website. Patients Out of Time checked the TSA site for confirmation, however, and discovered this: Presuming the original story…
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Faculty Announced For The Eleventh National Clinical Conference On Cannabis Therapeutics

Follow Us!Share This!Faculty members have been announced for The Eleventh National Clinical Conference On Cannabis Therapeutics, which is being held by Patients Out Of Time on May 18-20 2017 in Berkeley, CA. Click here for the full list. Follow Us!Share This!

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Urge The White House: De-Schedule Cannabis Now

Follow Us!Share This!Join with Patients Out of Time in urging President Barack Obama to do the right thing before leaving office, and direct the Attorney General to remove cannabis from Controlled Substances Act immediately. Sign The Petition. Here’s the text: Cannabis is a natural herbal plant that has grown freely for centuries and provided humans food, medicine, fiber, fuel, and more; therefore, we demand that this highly beneficial plant be de-scheduled now. Veterans, patients, & all U.S. citizens have the…
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Sept. 25: The Endocannabinoid System and Cannabis: What Healthcare Professionals Need to Know

Follow Us!Share This!The Endocannabinoid System and Cannabis: What Healthcare Professionals Need to Know Date: Sunday, September 25, 2016 Time: 10 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. [Registration from 9 – 10 a.m.] Location: NMC Hagerty Center, 715 E. Front Street, Traverse City, MI Contact Hours: Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider #16044, for 6 contact hours Cost: $50.00* until September 24 (*for Healthcare Professionals seeking CEUs; specially discounted rates for patients, the general public, and for HCPs not…
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Should Marijuana Be Legalized Or Not? pt. 2

Follow Us!Share This!Al Byrne, co-founder of Patients Out of Time, CEO of Veterans for Compassionate Care LLC, and Founding Director of Veterans for Medical Cannabis Access, recently had a piece published by the website WalletHub on the question of “Should Marijuana Be Legalized?” Following is ML’s article, which also appears here.) Should Marijuana Be Legalized Or Not? pt. 2 I am a DEA certified cannabis expert. I am a Veteran. I am a patient. Let’s get it down right. ‘Marijuana’…
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Should Marijuana Be Legalized?

Follow Us!Share This!(Patients Out of Time co-founder and President, Mary Lynn Mathre, recently had a piece published by the website WalletHub on the question of “Should Marijuana Be Legalized?” Following is ML’s article, which also appears here.) Should Marijuana Be Legalized? First of all, we should call it Cannabis – the proper name for this highly beneficial plant. There is much baggage with ‘marijuana’ or ‘marihuana,’ the Mexican name for this ancient plant. The alcohol prohibition had ended in the…
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Medical Marijuana Laws Related To Decrease In Work Absences

Follow Us!Share This!New research shows that medical marijuana laws may lead to fewer work absences. When considering medical marijuana laws, some people — particularly employers — raise concerns about the impact on workers. New research published in the journal Health Economics shows that in fact, medical marijuana laws appear to be related to a decrease in sick days. “Health Economics Letter: The Effect of Medical Marijuana on Sickness Absence” by Darin F. Ullman, PhD, was published July 15, 2016. The…
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Columbus (OH) Dispatch: Questions up in the air about medical marijuana law

Follow Us!Share This!From the June 10, 2016 online edition of the Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch: Questions Up In The Air About Medical Marijuana Law By Alan Johnson The Columbus Dispatch • Friday June 10, 2016 6:54 AM Ohio’s new medical marijuana law is on the books, but many questions are unanswered. When it will be available? What edible forms of marijuana will be allowed? And how much it will cost taxpayers to run the program? The law spells out how marijuana…
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