Patients in Illinois are jumping the gun by submitting applications for diseases that haven’t yet been officially approved for treatment through medical marijuana, according to The Illinois Department of Public Health. The IDPH issued a news release Thursday explaining such applications will be rejected and fees will be refunded. IDPH spokeswoman Melaney Arnold says that to date, an advisory board has recommended 11 conditions for possible treatment through medical marijuana including migraines, osteoarthritis and post-traumatic stress disorder. To read the rest of this story head to The State Journal Register.
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