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Some Oklahoma doctors reportedly won’t recommend medical cannabis

04 Sep Some Oklahoma doctors reportedly won’t recommend medical cannabis

Oklahoma’s potential $100 million-$150 million medical marijuana program is facing a new hurdle that could hamper sales: Many doctors might not be able to tell patients about their MMJ options. At least two health-care systems – Saint Francis Health System and Oklahoma State University Medical Center – apparently told their doctors not to make medical […] Some Oklahoma doctors reportedly won’t recommend medical cannabis is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs

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