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18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: tinykoala820 | Category: Resume sur la guerre de troie naura pas lieu

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    ken15 18 Jan 2017 09:08

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    Елизавета 18 Jan 2017 05:25

    The chemo that Melinda has transfused into her has many side effects that come with it. The chemo basically kills a person in order to kill the cancer cells. These side effects include nausea, intense pain and a loss of appetite. There is only one drug that exists today that has the potential to cure all of the above side effects, and that is marijuana. This drug is currently illegal, and doctors cannot prescribe it to patients.

    This issue affects college students because we are the ones that are going to play a role in this debate in the future. Many of us are going to become doctors, FBI agents, or United States Senators. That is why college students need to be informed about this complex issue. We are the ones that are going to be making decisions about this issue later on in our lives.

    If marijuana were just another common drug, its appropriateness for use as a medical substance would certainly be left to the discretion of physicians and patients. However, this decision is caught up in modern-day politics of drug warfare. Physicians and patients who get involved with the use of marijuana face grave consequences from the authorities, who seem to be bent on maximizing the fear and uncertainty, which people who might benefit from marijuana use face.

    Moreover, marijuana use for medical purposes appears to be more effective compared to other mainstream painkilling drugs (Younts, 2005). In many instances, refusing to extend cannabis treatment to deserving patients is not only cruel, but also unnecessary. Treating the terminally ill does not pose a public threat, or open up more loopholes for trafficking, as many anti-marijuana activists argue. In most states, a large majority approves of its use in medical cases, and the federal government needs therefore to adjust its laws to accommodate the interests of the majority in the various states.

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     🌿K u с e л ь 🌿 17 Jan 2017 23:31

    You can add the fact the tattoos are becoming less and less stereotypical in that you now see ppl of all ages,races, occupations, etc. with them. You can mention the fact that they are slowly becoming less taboo and risque and more common place. I know doctors, lawyers and accountants with tattoos. =)

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    lazyfish901 18 Jan 2017 08:41

    Legalization of Marijuana. US Policy on Drugs was driven by the Drug War, the U.S. prison population is six to ten times as high as most Western European nations.

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    Кефирный Эльф 18 Jan 2017 05:00

    The chemo that Melinda has transfused into her has many side effects that come with it. The chemo basically kills a person in order to kill the cancer cells. These side effects include nausea, intense pain and a loss of appetite. There is only one drug that exists today that has the potential to cure all of the above side effects, and that is marijuana. This drug is currently illegal, and doctors cannot prescribe it to patients.

    This issue affects college students because we are the ones that are going to play a role in this debate in the future. Many of us are going to become doctors, FBI agents, or United States Senators. That is why college students need to be informed about this complex issue. We are the ones that are going to be making decisions about this issue later on in our lives.

    If marijuana were just another common drug, its appropriateness for use as a medical substance would certainly be left to the discretion of physicians and patients. However, this decision is caught up in modern-day politics of drug warfare. Physicians and patients who get involved with the use of marijuana face grave consequences from the authorities, who seem to be bent on maximizing the fear and uncertainty, which people who might benefit from marijuana use face.

    Moreover, marijuana use for medical purposes appears to be more effective compared to other mainstream painkilling drugs (Younts, 2005). In many instances, refusing to extend cannabis treatment to deserving patients is not only cruel, but also unnecessary. Treating the terminally ill does not pose a public threat, or open up more loopholes for trafficking, as many anti-marijuana activists argue. In most states, a large majority approves of its use in medical cases, and the federal government needs therefore to adjust its laws to accommodate the interests of the majority in the various states.

    Medical marijuana represents the parts of the hemp plant used as a doctor-recommended form of herbal remedy or medicine. It also refers to synthetic types of particular cannabinoids like THC which act as a form of treatment recommended by physicians. The Cannabis herb has been used as medicine for a very long time. Historical evidence shows that its medicinal use dates back to 2737BCE. Cannabis is among the 50 "basic" plants of Chinese traditional medicine and is recommended for an extensive range of indications.

    Current research implies that marijuana is an aid of great worth in the medication of a broad range of clinical applications. They include relief of pain especially neuropathic pain, spasticity and nausea. Medical marijuana assists patients suffering from HIV by stimulating appetite thereby reducing wasting syndrome associated with AIDs, or dementia. Research has also recommended that cannabis’s medicinal qualities may defend the body against some kinds of deadly tumors and are neuroprotective (they protect the nervous system).

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    bluedog645 18 Jan 2017 04:11

    The chemo that Melinda has transfused into her has many side effects that come with it. The chemo basically kills a person in order to kill the cancer cells. These side effects include nausea, intense pain and a loss of appetite. There is only one drug that exists today that has the potential to cure all of the above side effects, and that is marijuana. This drug is currently illegal, and doctors cannot prescribe it to patients.

    This issue affects college students because we are the ones that are going to play a role in this debate in the future. Many of us are going to become doctors, FBI agents, or United States Senators. That is why college students need to be informed about this complex issue. We are the ones that are going to be making decisions about this issue later on in our lives.

    If marijuana were just another common drug, its appropriateness for use as a medical substance would certainly be left to the discretion of physicians and patients. However, this decision is caught up in modern-day politics of drug warfare. Physicians and patients who get involved with the use of marijuana face grave consequences from the authorities, who seem to be bent on maximizing the fear and uncertainty, which people who might benefit from marijuana use face.

    Moreover, marijuana use for medical purposes appears to be more effective compared to other mainstream painkilling drugs (Younts, 2005). In many instances, refusing to extend cannabis treatment to deserving patients is not only cruel, but also unnecessary. Treating the terminally ill does not pose a public threat, or open up more loopholes for trafficking, as many anti-marijuana activists argue. In most states, a large majority approves of its use in medical cases, and the federal government needs therefore to adjust its laws to accommodate the interests of the majority in the various states.

    Medical marijuana represents the parts of the hemp plant used as a doctor-recommended form of herbal remedy or medicine. It also refers to synthetic types of particular cannabinoids like THC which act as a form of treatment recommended by physicians. The Cannabis herb has been used as medicine for a very long time. Historical evidence shows that its medicinal use dates back to 2737BCE. Cannabis is among the 50 "basic" plants of Chinese traditional medicine and is recommended for an extensive range of indications.

    Current research implies that marijuana is an aid of great worth in the medication of a broad range of clinical applications. They include relief of pain especially neuropathic pain, spasticity and nausea. Medical marijuana assists patients suffering from HIV by stimulating appetite thereby reducing wasting syndrome associated with AIDs, or dementia. Research has also recommended that cannabis’s medicinal qualities may defend the body against some kinds of deadly tumors and are neuroprotective (they protect the nervous system).

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    User1487823115 18 Jan 2017 04:14

    The chemo that Melinda has transfused into her has many side effects that come with it. The chemo basically kills a person in order to kill the cancer cells. These side effects include nausea, intense pain and a loss of appetite. There is only one drug that exists today that has the potential to cure all of the above side effects, and that is marijuana. This drug is currently illegal, and doctors cannot prescribe it to patients.

    This issue affects college students because we are the ones that are going to play a role in this debate in the future. Many of us are going to become doctors, FBI agents, or United States Senators. That is why college students need to be informed about this complex issue. We are the ones that are going to be making decisions about this issue later on in our lives.

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    crazyfish351 18 Jan 2017 08:14

    Haha 1 blonde me demande une cigarette dehors. Je répond sûrement pas. J"ai vu ds ces yeux qu"elle n"a pas l"habitude qu"on lui dise non

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    purplepeacock508 18 Jan 2017 01:13

    The chemo that Melinda has transfused into her has many side effects that come with it. The chemo basically kills a person in order to kill the cancer cells. These side effects include nausea, intense pain and a loss of appetite. There is only one drug that exists today that has the potential to cure all of the above side effects, and that is marijuana. This drug is currently illegal, and doctors cannot prescribe it to patients.

    This issue affects college students because we are the ones that are going to play a role in this debate in the future. Many of us are going to become doctors, FBI agents, or United States Senators. That is why college students need to be informed about this complex issue. We are the ones that are going to be making decisions about this issue later on in our lives.

    If marijuana were just another common drug, its appropriateness for use as a medical substance would certainly be left to the discretion of physicians and patients. However, this decision is caught up in modern-day politics of drug warfare. Physicians and patients who get involved with the use of marijuana face grave consequences from the authorities, who seem to be bent on maximizing the fear and uncertainty, which people who might benefit from marijuana use face.

    Moreover, marijuana use for medical purposes appears to be more effective compared to other mainstream painkilling drugs (Younts, 2005). In many instances, refusing to extend cannabis treatment to deserving patients is not only cruel, but also unnecessary. Treating the terminally ill does not pose a public threat, or open up more loopholes for trafficking, as many anti-marijuana activists argue. In most states, a large majority approves of its use in medical cases, and the federal government needs therefore to adjust its laws to accommodate the interests of the majority in the various states.

    Medical marijuana represents the parts of the hemp plant used as a doctor-recommended form of herbal remedy or medicine. It also refers to synthetic types of particular cannabinoids like THC which act as a form of treatment recommended by physicians. The Cannabis herb has been used as medicine for a very long time. Historical evidence shows that its medicinal use dates back to 2737BCE. Cannabis is among the 50 "basic" plants of Chinese traditional medicine and is recommended for an extensive range of indications.

    Current research implies that marijuana is an aid of great worth in the medication of a broad range of clinical applications. They include relief of pain especially neuropathic pain, spasticity and nausea. Medical marijuana assists patients suffering from HIV by stimulating appetite thereby reducing wasting syndrome associated with AIDs, or dementia. Research has also recommended that cannabis’s medicinal qualities may defend the body against some kinds of deadly tumors and are neuroprotective (they protect the nervous system).

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