Can a Doctor Refuse to Treat a Patient Who Takes Cannabis?

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Supported by The Ethicist Can a Doctor Refuse to Treat a Patient Who Takes Cannabis? By Kwame Anthony Appiah Feb. 5, 2019 A friend was recently diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a cancer of a type of white blood cell called plasma cells. There is often significant pain associated with this condition, and my friend has been treated with high doses of different opioid combinations, in addition to chemotherapy.

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