5 New Conditions Added to Connecticut Medical Marijuana Program
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5 New Conditions Added to Connecticut Medical Marijuana Program

The program now has more than 33,000 patients and 1,111 prescribing physicians.

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HARTFORD — Five new conditions were accepted for treatment to the state’s growing medical marijuana program at a recent Board of Physicians meeting.

The conditions added for treatment under the program, which now has more than 33,000 patients and 1,111 prescribing physicians, are: Interstitial cystitis (for adults only); Intractable Neuropathic pain that is unresponsive to standard patients (for adults and patients under 18); Medial arcuate ligament syndrome (recommended for adults); Tourette syndrome (recommended for adults and for patients under 18 who have failed standard medical treatment); and, Vulvodynia and vulvar burning (recommended for adults).

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