Wild Bill Posted September 16, 2011 Report Share Posted September 16, 2011 Here are the "Proposed Improvements" To Canada's Medical marijuana program. Do you think Michigan is far behind? Proposed Improvements to Health Canada's Marihuana Medical Access Program 3. The Improvements under Consideration The improvements being considered would not alter the Program's intent to provide seriously ill Canadians with reasonable access to a legal source of marihuana for medical purposes, where conventional treatments are not appropriate and/or have failed to provide necessary relief. The core of the redesigned Program would be a new, simplified process in which Health Canada no longer receives applications from program participants. A new supply and distribution system for dried marihuana that relies on licensed commercial producers would be established. These licensed commercial producers, who would be inspected and audited by Health Canada so as to ensure that they comply with all applicable regulatory requirements, would be able to cultivate any strain(s) of marihuana they choose. Finally, the production of marihuana for medical purposes by individuals in homes and communities would be phased out. Individuals wishing to use marihuana for medical purposes would still be required to consult a physician who is licensed to practice medicine in Canada. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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