Thursday, February 17, 2011

High Times Magazine - School Shuns Teen Medical Marijuana Patient

A high school in Colorado Springs has informed a student that he cannot return to class after taking his medication because of a zero tolerance medical marijuana policy the district has in place. The teenager suffers from a neurological condition that can cause seizures lasting 24 hours or longer; he missed the majority of the last school year because of the condition.

The student has been prescribed various narcotics, including morphine, but doctors eventually “discovered that THC works better than any other medication” for his symptoms.

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