Survey: Most Ohio doctors won’t recommend medical marijuana

A majority of doctors in Ohio will be reluctant to recommend medical marijuana for their patients, according to the Medical Marijuana Physician Survey, a situation that could hamper the rollout of the state’s MMJ program. Roughly 30% of the physicians who participated in an Ohio State Medical Board survey said they will not recommend medical marijuana as a treatment, and more than 40% said they are unlikely to recommend MMJ. A dearth of doctors could limit the patient pool, which in turn could hamper MMJ sales. Of the more than 3,000 doctors who responded, roughly 30 percent said they would ... Survey: Most Ohio doctors won’t recommend medical marijuana is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs