ALERT: Effective January 1, 2012, the application fee changes to $35 from $90.
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No Refund Policy: The Registry does not issue refunds. Please be sure to submit the accurate application fee based on the date of submission.
Applications submitted January 1, 2012 or later: The fee is $35 for applications received at the Registry on January 1, 2012 or later. The Registry will not issue a refund to patients who send the application in with more than $35. To submit a new application on January 1, 2012 or later, download form MMR1001 from the provided list.
Despite the CDPHE’s vagueness, we’ve learned that many the applications are being scrutinized because they were apparently completed by a physician’s assistant and only signed off on by a doctor.
Vincent Palazzotto, director of the Medical Marijuana Assistance Program of America, says one of the MMAPA’s doctors used physician assistants to perform the evaluations on about 800 patients for whom he subsequently signed recommendations — a practice that was permitted at the time by the CDPHE, he maintains.
We’ve received numerous e-mails from patients who went to Well Docs, where they were evaluated by physician assistants before a doctor signed the recommendation.
No word from the CDPHE when the issues may be resolved.
An ingredient in marijuana may be useful for treating brain cancers, say Spanish researchers from Madrid.
Chemicals called cannabinoids could starve tumours to death by halting the growth of blood vessels that feed it, the Complutense University team hope.
Dr. William Courtney of Willits, CA. has created a treatment plan for using cannabis to get the maximum benefits from the plant. Many people who don’t desire the “high” from THC can still get the maximum benefits of cannabis without it. If you would like to know more about this please visit CANNABIS INTERNATIONAL.ORG and read the PDF in it’s entirety. It’s excellent reading and you can educate yourself about the wonders of cannabis and it’s healing properties.
The studies that have been conducted so far show some promise for the use of cannabis in the treatment of a wide range of health conditions, including potentially cancer. For instance, in 2009 a study in the journal Cancer Prevention Research found that marijuana smokers have a lower risk of head and neck cancers than non-marijuana smokers.
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