Medical Dx for Washington Green Card

Discussion in 'Medical Marijuana News' started by Maxbeasily, Feb 2, 2009.

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    Maxbeasily

    Maxbeasily Active Member

    On this subject, I would like to add a question. This being, I’m a Washington state resident. Had cancer about 4 years ago, it's in intermission. Since that, I have suffered from depression, anxiety. if I was in California that would meet the criteria, but WA legislature ruled against depression Dx for Green Card. is it reasonable to say that the post severe cancer depression/anxiety Dx would suffice per state law or in the doctors” recommendation”?


    “Pass the dut”
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    OregonMeds

    OregonMeds Well-Known Member

    Your cancer is in intermission? Ok... :)

    Just make up some chronic pain if you don't have one and see a doc for pain meds for that a couple of times. Back pain, kink in your neck, whatever...

    Then you contact a pot doctor to get approved based on that history of chronic pain, or whatever other chronic condition qualifies. I would think cancer would qualify in REMISSION or not.
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    BooRadley

    BooRadley Well-Known Member

    You had cancer? Did the chemo give you any neuropathy, by chance? If they give weed for chronic pain, then I think neuropathy could get you some.
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    NewGrowth

    NewGrowth Well-Known Member

    :lol: That one was good. I have had a couple friends die of cancer but it never put on a show :lol:
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    Maxbeasily

    Maxbeasily Active Member

    judge only what you know, i thank everybody for their "opinions"
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    NewGrowth

    NewGrowth Well-Known Member

    We are not judging you bro. We are just stoners and thats what we do, laugh at life. If you don't you will miss out on the fun part.

    I think you best bet is to contact the THC foundation they can certainly help you and I believe you can easily get your card. Good luck :peace:
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    llLOU

    llLOU Well-Known Member

    i would like to hear from some "real" med-marijuana card holders in the state of washington(the evergreen state).i have heard that finding a doctor who will prescribe for you is not that easy.
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    NewGrowth

    NewGrowth Well-Known Member

    Thats the point of the THC foundation they connect doctors and patients. Helps promote privacy in the medical community. :wink:
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    BooRadley

    BooRadley Well-Known Member

    Hey, babe. Who's judging? :( It should be legal for any purpose. No judgement, just trying to help. Plus the 'intermission' flub was kind of funny. ;)

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