Contaminated MMJ blamed for California man’s death

A cancer patient in California is dead, and doctors suspect contaminated medical marijuana may have been the cause in what could serve as a wake-up call for the state’s MMJ industry. According to CBS Los Angeles, the man was using medical cannabis to ward off the side effects of traditional cancer treatments. The cancer treatment compromised the patient’s immune system, and he unexpectedly contracted a rare fungal infection that ultimately killed him. The fungus that killed the patient “was equivalent to what is on rodent droppings,” CBS Los Angeles reported. After the patient died, 20 MMJ samples from across California ... Contaminated MMJ blamed for California man’s death is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs