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General Medical Council appeal to strike off doctor convicted of manslaughter - Channel 4 News



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General Medical Council appeal to strike off doctor convicted of manslaughter 
Channel 4 News
General Medical Council appeal to strike off doctor convicted of manslaughter. Victoria Macdonald Health and Social Care Correspondent. A doctor involved in the tragic death of a six-year-old boy was found guilty of gross manslaughter at trial in 2015 ...

 


Attorney general: ND medical marijuana law still requires two-thirds legislative vote to amend - Bismarck Tribune



Attorney general: ND medical marijuana law still requires two-thirds legislative vote to amend 
Bismarck Tribune
BISMARCK ? Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem has issued an opinion concluding that North Dakota's medical marijuana law, passed overwhelmingly by voters and significantly amended by legislators, retains its initiated measure status. That preserved ...

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General Medical Council to look into UKAD evidence, but not jiffy bag - Cyclingnews.com



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General Medical Council to look into UKAD evidence, but not jiffy bag 
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The infamous medical package that has sparked so much controversy surrounding Bradley Wiggins, Team Sky, and British Cycling looks set to remain a mystery. After closing its 14-month investigation, UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) has passed on evidence 'of ...
Sir Bradley Wiggins tells of 'living hell' during UK Anti-Doping's Jiffy bag investigation The Times
Sir Bradley Wiggins and Team Sky in clear over Jiffygate and won't face anti-doping charges The Sun
Bradley Wiggins rails at 'malicious witch-hunt' after package investigation The Guardian
Daily Mail  -UK Anti-Doping 
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Could Ohio, other states lose exemption from marijuana prosecution? - The Columbus Dispatch



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Could Ohio, other states lose exemption from marijuana prosecution? 
The Columbus Dispatch
Formerly known as the Rohrabacher-Farr amendment, the protection of medical marijuana had been renewed in budgets since 2014. But in September, it hit an obstacle of its own. The House Rules Committee blocked a floor vote to keep it in the budget. An ...

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Nashville General Hospital Uncertainty Leaves Medical Residents In Potential Limbo - WPLN



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Nashville General Hospital Uncertainty Leaves Medical Residents In Potential Limbo 
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The resident physicians at Nashville General will have to find somewhere else to finish their training if the hospital is downsized to a collection of outpatient services. An announcement last month that relocated Meharry Medical College's third- and ...

 


CSL secures $45 000 sponsorship - Chronicle



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CSL secures $45 000 sponsorship 
Chronicle
THE Zifa Central Soccer League (CSL) will for the first time be branded next season after Gweru-based health insurance provider Zimbabwe General Medical Aid fund committed a sponsorship package of $45 000 for the 2018 season. Speaking at the CSL's 2017 ...

 


12-Year-Old Sues Attorney General Jeff Sessions to Legalize Medical Marijuana - NBCNews.com



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12-Year-Old Sues Attorney General Jeff Sessions to Legalize Medical Marijuana 
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Like most 12-year-olds, Alexis Bortell is energetic and loves to read, write and explore her family's 35-acre farm in Colorado. But Alexis isn't like most 12-year-olds. She's written a book, takes cannabis oil daily and is challenging the U.S ...
Chronically ill girl sues US Attorney General Jeff Sessions over medical marijuana legalization New York Daily News
A 12-Year-Old Is Suing Attorney General Jeff Sessions Over Medical Cannabis TeenVogue.com
Jeff Sessions Is Being Sued by a 12-Year-Old Over Marijuana ... Fortune
Cannabis Business Times  -TheFix.com  -The Marijuana Times  -DEA.gov 
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Dying to get clean: is ibogaine the answer to heroin addiction? - The Guardian



The Guardian
 
Dying to get clean: is ibogaine the answer to heroin addiction? 
The Guardian
The General Medical Council, which sets standards for doctors in the UK, recommends that if they prescribe unlicensed medicines, they should be satisfied that there is sufficient evidence of their safety. Professor Colin Drummond, chair of the ...

 


About CMAJ | CMAJ - CMAJ



About CMAJ | CMAJ 
CMAJ
CMAJ is a peer-reviewed general medical journal that publishes original clinical research, commentaries, analyses, and reviews of clinical topics, health news, clinical practice updates and thought-provoking editorials. CMAJ has had substantial impact ...

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Personnel for Dec. 10 - The Sun Herald



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Personnel for Dec. 10 
The Sun Herald
Dr. April Ulmer has joined Stone County Hospital, where she will specialize in pediatric gastroenterology. She will see patients at Stone County Family Medical Center adjacent to the hospital beginning Jan. 17. She is a graduate of University of ...