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A look at pioneers who worked to provide medical marijuana to their communities, including folks with HIV and cancer
Warm showers can alleviate symptoms of cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome, but the only cure is quitting marijuana.
The marijuana-like drug can be taken orally to treat weight loss in people with AIDS.
20 dispensaries will open across New York State, but clients aren’t allowed to smoke joints or eat pot brownies.
Jeffrey Walls’s lawsuit claims the Delta policy discriminates against those with HIV and who are gay.
Most people living with HIV experience side effects from their HIV meds at one time or another.
The White House eliminated review of privately funded marijuana research proposals by the Public Health Service.
Regardless of gender or orientation, we all share in the hope of ending the epidemic and finding better ways to live with HIV.
The future of medical marijuana for HIV/AIDS looks hazy.
In an interesting caveat, patients will not be allowed to smoke the drug.
Governor Martin O’Malley signed two bills related to marijuana into law.
The executive director of Americans for Safe Access on crafting good policy.
The event takes place in Washington, DC, from April 5 to 7.
The state will award licenses around the beginning of 2014.
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