Veteran’s Affairs hosts “VA 2K” to raise money for homeless vets Veteran’s Affairs hosts "VA 2K" to raise money for homeless vets 6 hr ago KKCO NBC Grand Junction – Nikki Sheaks Dozens of people walked to help homeless veterans on Wednesday.
Passed in the midst of rising concern over prescription drug and heroin abuse and aimed, its proponents said. city and the Mid-South area. "That’s because of the many barriers they face. Many rural.
VA says it won’t study medical marijuana’s effect on veterans. Shulkin’s letter came in response to an inquiry by 10 Democrats on the house veterans’ affairs Committee. The letter asked Shulkin to commit the VA to investigating whether medical marijuana can help veterans suffering from PTSD and chronic pain and identify barriers to doing so.
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The VA and the FDA Are Keeping Veterans from a Helpful Treatment Option, Just Because It’s Marijuana By Trevor Burrus This article appeared in the Washington Examiner on May 13, 2019.
In September, the American Legion, the largest veterans organization in the nation, chastised the VA for its refusal to support the first FDA-approved study of marijuana’s medical efficacy in the treatment of PTSD. "Most of the congressmen and women who control how this issue will move in.
Unfortunately, Veterans Affairs doctors can’t recommend it, and the federal government won’t allow research to proceed that. The VA and the FDA are keeping veterans from a helpful treatment option, just because it’s marijuana 6 N.J. will relax medical marijuana rules as hopes for legal weed fade
Veterans Affairs Department Doubles Down On Medical Marijuana Opposition. The distinction between recommendation and prescription is an important one. No physician in the U.S. – government or private – can prescribe marijuana, because prescription is a federally-regulated process and cannabis currently falls under the controlled substances act’s.
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The VA and the FDA are keeping veterans from a helpful treatment option, just because it’s marijuana 6 N.J. will relax medical marijuana rules as hopes for legal weed fade
In the healthcare system, 49% of patients seeking treatment for pain leave with a prescription. Because the risk of addiction. problem has become more urgent. The most helpful option would be to.
The Veterans Affairs watchdog group VA Watchdog reported last week that the VA will not remove veterans with medical marijuana recommendations who test positive for pot from its pain management programs. Just don’t bring your medicine to a VA facility. In recent years, vets who use marijuana medicinally have been thrown out of VA pain management programs as "drug abusers" after testing.