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Forum Seeks to Determine Effectiveness of Cannabis for PTSD

Panelist experience includes veteran treatment, drug policy implementation, pharmacological and pain management practice, and law enforcement. Veteran testimonials will also be shared.

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(BALTIMORE, MD) - The University of Maryland Carey School of Law Clinical Program, in conjunction with the Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender and Class, will be hosting a Discussion Panel on April 12th focusing on the viability and implications of treating veterans suffering from PTSD with medicinal marijuana. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder is a devastating condition that afflicts many of our veterans. This forum seeks to determine whether cannabis may be an effective treatment option.

Panelist experience includes veteran treatment, drug policy implementation, pharmacological and pain management practice, and law enforcement. Veteran testimonials will also be shared. This will be an opportunity for all members of the community to share their views on the subject in an open and balanced forum.

After the panel, there will be an open reception with live music from DISTRICT MOVEMENT, a D.C. based progressive Jam/Jazz/Rock band. All are welcome to attend.

More information on the panel discussion next week entitled:

CANNABIS: A Viable Treatment for Veterans with PTSD?

There will be four panelists:

The panel discussion is on April 12th, from 3 – 5 pm at the law school in Baltimore, to be followed by a reception. Here are links to info on the panel.

www.law.umaryland.edu/faculty/conferences/detail.html?conf=120

www.facebook.com/#!/events/371910652819611/)




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