Connecticut regulator OKs more medical cannabis conditions
Medical marijuana dispensaries in Connecticut could see a boost in patient counts in the next year after the Department of Consumer Protection agreed to make three more conditions eligible for MMJ treatment.
The DCP commissioner notified the Board of Physicians she will follow the panel’s recommendation to add hydrocephalus (water on the brain) with intractable headache; intractable migraines, and trigeminal neuralgia (chronic pain in the nerve that carries sensation from a person’s face to the brain) as qualifying conditions. The decision applies only to adult patients.
The physicians panel didn’t recommend adding anxiety disorders and Menieres Disease (a cause of vertigo).
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