MAPS-sponsored marijuana researcher Dr. Sue Sisley will be awarded with the Americans for Safe Access Researcher of the Year Award tonight at the National Medical Cannabis Unity Conference in Washington, D.C. Congratulations, Sue!
War vets with PTSD shouldn't be denied medical marijuana
Petitioning University of Arizona: I just learned that Dr. Sue Sisley, the researcher at the University of Arizona conducting the research into medical marijuana's treatment of veterans with PTSD, has been fired by the university. This is likely due to University of Arizona administrators disagreeing with medical marijuana - so they're putting politics before research and veterans!
Medical marijuana researcher fired by university: Veterans, medical marijuana activists and scientists welcomed the first federally approved research into pot as a treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder. But their hopes for the research were dashed when the University of Arizona fired researcher Suzanne Sisley, who undertook the study after clearing four years of bureaucratic hurdles.
Equities.com interviews MAPS-sponsored clinical researcher Dr. Sue Sisley to discuss MAPS' FDA-approved clinical study for medical marijuana as a treatment for veterans suffering from chronic, treatment-resistant posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Dr. Sisley, PTSD expert and researcher, believes that medical cannabis can treat the entire spectrum of PTSD symptoms, eliminating the need for large quantities of pharmaceutical prescriptions. (medical cannabis, marijuana) http://www.crescolabs.com/conditions/neuropathy/?utm_content=buffer6701a&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer
The Jewish Journal reports on the second annual CannaTech conference in Israel, an educational event about medical marijuana that gathers many organizations and experts, such as MAPS-sponsored medical marijuana researcher Dr. Sue Sisley.