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New Jersey Medical Marijuana: Panel OKs 5 New Conditions

Sunday 29 October 2017

 

From US news outlet West Orange Patch:

 

Medical marijuana
 

New Jersey Medical Marijuana: Panel OKs 5 New Conditions

Thousands of N.J. residents are on the brink of qualifying for medical marijuana. Are you among them?

By Eric Kiefer (Patch Staff)
October 27, 2017
© 2017 Patch Media. All Rights Reserved.

Are you suffering from "anxiety" or migraines in New Jersey? Then you're on the brink of qualifying for medical marijuana, thanks to a Wednesday decision from the state's Medicinal Marijuana Review Panel.

During a meeting in Trenton, the panel gave final approval to five new qualifying medical conditions for the state's infamously strict medical marijuana program: anxiety, migraine, Tourette's Syndrome, "chronic pain related to musculoskeletal disorders" and "chronic pain of visceral origin (related to internal organs)."

The panel voted unanimously to reject asthma and chronic fatigue syndrome.

 

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