Medical cannabis reform leaves at least 5,000 patients with no medicine

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The Health Ministry’s medical marijuana reform, which was supposed to go into effect on April 1, has forced the country’s largest medical cannabis supplier to temporarily close as it relocates its farm, stranding at least 5,000 patients, and possibly as many as 9,000, without access to their medicine. Tikun Olam provides 15,500 people per month with medical cannabis, out of the approximately  38,000 who have prescriptions  in Israel.

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