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Medical officials demand marijuana regulations
Boston Herald
“This is an 800-pound gorilla,” Richard Aghababian, president of the Massachusetts Medical Society, told the Herald yesterday. “We don’t want to do any harm to our patients. But what if someone drives a car on marijuana, gets into an accident and kills
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House panel hears bill to tax medical-pot sales
The Seattle Times
OLYMPIA — A House committee held a public hearing Monday on a bill to tax medical-marijuana dispensaries, an effort to undermine any black market when the sale of state-taxed recreational marijuana starts at the end of this year. The measure would hit
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Closing in on a Medical Mystery
BU Today
It is a medical mystery that has confounded doctors and patients alike for more than two decades: why tens of thousands of veterans of the first Gulf War continue to be dogged by a complex and debilitating web of symptoms 22 years after they were
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House panel hears bill to tax medical marijuana sales
KOMO News
(AP) – More than a dozen people, many of them medical marijuana patients or providers, testified Monday against a measure to tax medical marijuana dispensaries, an effort to undermine any black market when sale of state-taxed recreational marijuana
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ASTEC provides practice for medical students through simulated situations
Arizona Daily Wildcat
Multimedia. n219asteclabrgbkb. By KELSEE BECKER. Kelsee Becker / Arizona Daily Wildcat Medical Simulation Specialist Lisa Grisham shows the different injury-related tissues featured in the ASTEC Lab.
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Medical Marijuana, Inc. Releases 2012 Annual Share Holders Report and First
The Providence Journal
18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Medical Marijuana, Inc. (OTCPink: MJNA), a leading cannabis and hemp industry innovator, today announced the release of its annual shareholders report including the 2012 financial statements with audited fourth quarter
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Project Eyes Robust Medical Technology for Poor Countries
AllAfrica.com
A Swiss initiative launched this month (7 February) seeks to develop robust versions of key medical products adapted for use in the developing world, starting with a combined X-ray and ultrasound device. One aim of EssentialTech, launched by the Swiss
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Ailing Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez receives homecoming following
New York Daily News
CARACAS, Venezuela — President Hugo Chavez returned to Venezuela early Monday after more than two months of medical treatment in Cuba following cancer surgery, his government said, and his supporters staged upbeat street celebrations to welcome
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The board that oversees physician discipline in Massachusetts has yet to deliver on its promise to post more information online about doctors who are charged with a crime or who have a history of negligent care. Now, doctors whose licenses are revoked
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Rev. Jesse Jackson: Jesse Jr. Under Tight Medical Supervision
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Jackson Jr. had been re-elected to the House in November despite his absence from Congress and the federal investigation into his campaign finances. He resigned about two weeks after his re-election. The Chicago politician spent part of 2012 on medical
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The Bank Where Doctors Can Stash Your Genome Susan Young
MIT Technology Review
“No one company is in position to interpret the entire genome for its meaning,” says Michael Christman, CEO of the Coriell Institute for Medical Research. “But by having one’s sequence in the gene vault, then the physician will be able to order
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Santa Cruz Planning Commission to weigh plans for new medical marijuana shop
Santa Cruz Sentinel
SANTA CRUZ — The Santa Cruz Planning Commission on Thursday will weigh a local attorney’s application to open a medical marijuana dispensary near the Harvey West area, a proposal that requires an exception to the city’s limit on the proximity of pot
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