Health & Science
The Challenges Ahead for MED, with Patient Advocates Hilary Black, Stephanie Lake, and Jonathan Zaid
By Alex Halperin
Feb 19, 2019
Feb 19, 2019
When Hilary Black founded the BC Compassion Club Society in 1997, medical cannabis was still illegal. It was three years before R. v. Parker determined Canadians have a constitutional right to MED, and during that time Black routinely risked jail to provide MED to...
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