Thursday, February 15, 2007

"Should marijuana be a medical option?"

According to Donald Abrams, M.D. , Professor, Clinical Medicine, University of California at San Francisco:
"I am the Assistant Director of the AIDS Program at San Francisco General, and we have had for a long time patients with HIV smoking marijuana. And one would think it is the HIV community that has brought medical marijuana to the forefront, but in fact, marijuana has been used as a medicine as we all know, hundreds, if not thousands of years before HIV."