Medical Marijuana Companies Will Conduct Research CNN's Sanjay Gupta Now Endorses

August 29, 2013 – 01:54
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NEW YORK, NY - (Marketwire Wired) - 13/08/13 - Dr. Sanjay Gupta may be best known for his work as CNN's chief medical correspondent, but after his Weed documentary aired on the network this past Sunday night, he may now be best known for changing his The good doctor at least once on what opponent of using marijuana for medicinal purposes, but now his movie is in strong contrast to his hero once was. Gupta is a neurosurgeon in his everyday life, so he knows a little something about the research he's endorsing. Companies like Nuvilex, Inc. (OTCQB: NVLX), through its subsidiary Medical Marijuana Sciences, Inc., will be studying cancers of the brain.

The documentary is eye opening for sure, and answers as many questions as it raises in the medical marijuana debate. Weed can be viewed in its Entirety at / media

Sanjay Gupta has Caused quite a stir with his documentary as many groups advocating for the use of medical marijuana to treat patients suffering from a number of diseases and conditions are elated with the shift in opinion from his 2009 Time magazine article "Why I Would Vote No on pot. " Meanwhile Opponents of the drug are not too happy with a well known name switching sides as the debate grows louder and louder Continues ahead of mid-term elections.

One thing is for sure, Gupta did not arrive at his decision this time without looking deeper into the medical marijuana debate. Gupta traveled the globe to do extensive research on the medicinal properties of marijuana and in his travels he looked at studies being done outside the U.S., talked to experts about the long term effects of the drug and its effects on the brain, spoke Directly with patients using the drug and Witnessed first-hand the amazing results Those patients saw Following Following the use of marijuana.

Gupta has Apologized for his role in what he says is "a systematic misleading of Americans for nearly 70 years." His opinion is now 'that' in some cases marijuana is actually a better solution than pharmaceuticals.

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2008-06-17 10:29:30 by chitech

I am a research scientist on the CureHunter AI Machine developed to predict the best medications to treat any known human disease...and discover new cures for serious illness using Network Graph Theory (not identical but technically similar to social networking software, only drugs are sending messages to diseases like: Turn on Gene, Turn off hormone, Up the glucose, Die tumor die: apoptosis). Though designed for doctors--and free to them--the CureHunter system can be used sort of like a Google with a dedicated medical brain by all patients and their friends and family--notably without any charge, drug company ads or spam

Thank you for the additional information

2008-02-08 12:42:44 by sam5

It helps in getting perspective.
Do you know where the STBX is planning on living? If you have 50/50 she will be very limited so as to facilitate that and not disrupt your son every other week.
Make sure you carefully go over the impacts of holidays and holiday WEEKS on the alternate weeks schedule- there can be unintended consequences that can suddenly have you (or her!) not seeing your child for 3 weeks over a holiday period... not good, and best to spell it out ahead of time.
So, have you sat down and figured out how much is spent now on your child's extra curricular activities, how much on clothes?
That data will be very helpful, since those things are generally easy to divide the costs of in the formula

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2006-07-12 11:48:59 by 94516

This actually returns to the issue of informed consent, since animal testing has allowed the researcher to offer the volunteer more information about the risks of the treatment.
I disagree. Informed consent means telling everything you know in a way that is understood. It doesn't mean that you tell things you don't know. And if you claim that animal testing had a particulal result and the person doesn't know how inacurate animal testing can be then you are misleading the person which means the person that takes the untested drug is giving more informed consent. You can test at different dosages to get information

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