Compassion Center for Medical Marijuana in Delaware was approved by Governor Markell despite federal laws from the U.S. Department of Justice that state employees could be subject to prosecution for dispensing Medical Marijuana.

   Sickle Cell Anemia was not a disease was not one of the medical conditions authorized to treat
chronic pain. 

    “Physicians may authorize a medical marijuana use to treat symptoms of cancer, HIV-related illnesses, Hepatitis C, Lou Gehrig’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease or posttraumatic stress disorder. Conditions that cause severe, debilitating pain, wasting syndrome, intractable nausea and seizures also fall under the law.”

                                            Governor Markell moving ahead with Medical Marijuana

             Do you think Sickle Cell Disease Anemia should be authorized for Medical Marijuana? Are there other medical conditions that should be considered?

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