Monday, March 24, 2014

Cannabis Use in Epilepsy


While it's been some time since my last post here, this blog has been on hold during the busy years of  residency. I could not be happier with my specialty, location and people I get to work with every day. Showcased in the video above is my residency program director, Dr. Thomas Minahan, spreading a message that is personal to his family. I will forever be grateful for the opportunity I have been given and his mentor-ship in my education. In an effort to spread the word about cannabis use in epilepsy, its effects and the lack of research, I am sharing his video in hopes of contributing to his cause.

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