Medical Marijuana for Neurologic Conditions
In recent years, with the legalization of medical marijuana in a number of states, the interest in developing and researching marijuana for medical purposes has increased.
Jessica Robinson-Papp, MD, MS, professor of neurology, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, is one of the physicians with an interest in medical marijuana and its potential uses in the treatment of neurological conditions.
As many of you may recall, Dr. Robinson-Papp presented at our New York Patient Conference last October and co-wrote a blog on medical marijuana  which was posted on FPN’s website a couple months ago.
Read and watch the presentation.