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CANCELLED: SC Medical Professionals and Medical Cannabis

ATTN: Due to the health concerns, we are CANCELLING the press conference indefinitely. Please be safe and take the recommended precautions.

Gather to hear what South Carolina medical professionals have to say about cannabis as medicine at the South Carolina Statehouse.  Convening at a press conference at 12 Noon on Tuesday 3/31/2020 in the first-floor rotunda, medical professionals, patients, and caregivers are banding together to reveal the faces behind the 72% of our population. This overwhelming majority of those who believe that medical marijuana should be an option for those patients with specific debilitating conditions.

OUR MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS

Dr. Prakash Nagarkatti, Ph.D., Vice President for Research at the University of South Carolina will enlighten attendees and explain his research conducted over the past twenty-plus years. Dr. Bill Griffith MD, graduate of MUSC and primary care physician from Anderson will reference validating research, giving his perspective. Daniel Bundrick, Rph has been a “safe practice” pharmacist for over 35 years working in retail and employee pharmacies. A winner of several prestigious awards including USC Preceptof of the Year Award, Innovative Pharmacist of the Year and the CHEERS award by the Institute of Safe Medicine, he has now focused on hemp CBD and the future of medical cannabis as a treatment option. Medical professionals will clearly indicate that NOW is the time to vote “yes” on the Compassionate Care Act.
ATTEND TO SUPPORT PATIENTS
Please dress in business or church attire and show respect for all you come in contact with even if they have a different viewpoint. We are on the right side of this battle and our defenses are medical and scientific facts. Be sure to see a CSC Director of Outreach and get your lapel pin to wear in support of patient compassion….with the goal of improving the lives of many South Carolinians!
Patients need legal access to medical marijuana, not only to improve quality of life but to help preserve and lengthen life spans of patients with conditions like:
cancer, multiple sclerosis, a neurological disease or disorder, sickle cell anemia, glaucoma, PTSD, a condition causing a person to be home-bound that includes severe or persistent nausea, or a chronic medical condition causing either severe and persistent muscle spasms or for which an opiate is currently or could be prescribed.
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