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Unread 02-13-2007, 05:10 AM   #1
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(Topix) Published 12:00 am PST Tuesday, February 13, 2007 Story appeared in MAIN NEWS section, Page A1 Smoking marijuana can ease HIV-related nerve pain, UC San Francisco researchers are reporting today in a study ...

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Unread 03-16-2008, 07:27 AM   #2
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Hi Doc John!

I was very curious about this article, but it appears they have moved the link, or it no longer exists. Isn't that always the way when something is found to WORK that cuts-out the pharmacutical companies.

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Hi Anne

the news reports here are done by an automated RSS feed so it isnt actually Doc posting them..............as this one is over a year old since first posted, it is likely that the article is not available online anymore, or moved.

I did a Google search for it and found this which may contain the original article but dies seem to have a lot of info on the subject
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Unread 04-28-2012, 11:35 AM   #4
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Good link! I have been prescribe cannabis since 2010 for CNS pain. It helps quite a lot, since it can provide instant relief, sometimes almost completely alleviating most symptoms! It's nice to have a natural way to treat such severe pain as spinal pain: I dream of the day I can go to the pharmacy for this miracle flower bud.

I would much prefer to be in no pain!! That's why I joined this site, to learn more about b-12, b1, b6, D, magnesium, cal etc.. supplement therapies..
With Celiacs I have quite the deficiencies!
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I have several aquaintances that have experienced increased nerve pain after using pot. Of course, we all know that we react differently to various medications and treatments. Wouldn't it be great if there was a magic silver bullett? I would settle for magic pixie dust but Pain Man never seems to have any. Perhaps a magic wand. I better go back to bed as I am getting down right silly.
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