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On Medical Alternative Stats-Keep up With New Forms

Being dependable medical marijuana doctors Colorado Springs residents can trust, we want to help you be aware of all the changes in our area of specialty. As of August 1, there have been revisions to the current registry forms. But no fret, there’s a 90-day grace period for those who’ve used the old form(s) and are already in progress. What’s changed? Three new additions created as Forms MMR1012 Caregiver Acknowledgement, MMR1013 Provider Information Update and MMR1014 Provider Signature Revocation. What’s it all mean? Caregivers must now acknowledge their understanding of taking the responsibility of managing a patient’s care. A caregiver […]

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On Medical Alternative Stats- Interestingly Enough

The best medical marijuana doctors Colorado Springs has to offer want to provide you with the facts. An interesting fact about most medical marijuana is that according to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE), as of July 2013, and since June 2001, over 220k new patient applications have been logged since Coloradans voted and passed Amendment 20. The dispensaries Colorado Springs have to offer, try to manage all of these applications for sincerely sick clients. More than 800 doctors have authorized current patients who suffer from chronic pain suffered from cancer, glaucoma and HIV/AIDS. In fact, over […]

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Alternative Medicine- Here to Stay!

A great deal has ensued since Coloradans voted to pass Amendment 64 last November which legalized the use and regulation of marijuana. But, regulating the use of and determining tax implications triggered the enforcement of a Task Force- which will delay any retail sales until sometime next year. The passing of referendum-64 had initially raised questions about how it will affect the November 2000 passing of Amendment 20 which amended the State Constitution to allow the use of marijuana for patients via written medical consent. Under ref-20, patients are allowed to possess up to two-ounces of med-weed and may grow […]

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