Advocates share their support for using medical marijuana

When Sheila Dundon began chemotherapy treatments to combat breast cancer in 2007, she experienced all the side effects she’d seen in patients as a registered nurse. She felt the shooting pains, the pale-in-the-face nausea, the unwillingness to get out of bed each morning.

One symptom she didn’t expect was fuzzy-headedness, the sense that her brain was trapped in an egg beater. Her psychiatrist pointed out that all those anti-depressants she was taking might have led to a mental condition called serotonin syndrome.

Off the record, he told her…

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