Medical Marijuana

This week, a group of physicians, organized by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, convened in Washington, D.C. to discuss the question of whether marijuana is an appropriate and effective medication. In this hour of Science Friday we'll talk about the meeting, and about what scientists know about marijuana's medical uses. Guests: Dr. Thomas Ungerlieder Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry UCLA Medical Center Los Angeles, California Dr. John Morgan Professor of Pharmacology City University of New York Medical School New York, New York Dr. Paul Palmberg Professor of Ophthalmology Bascom-Palmer Eye Institute University of Miami School of Medicine Miami, Florida Other Guest Listeners call in

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