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PHOENIX - Lawmakers voted Wednesday to pave the way for research at state universities that eventually could allow doctors in Arizona to recommend marijuana to treat more conditions.
A Tucson woman is suing a local physicians group, claiming a piece of medical equipment pulled out her hair and could have crushed her head.
PHOENIX - State Health Director Will Humble refused Thursday to expand the conditions for which marijuana can be legally recommended.
PHOENIX - Researchers at the University of Arizona report they've found little credible research showing marijuana is effective in treating post-traumatic stress disorder.
Dr. Wen Cai is the new chief medical officer of La Frontera in Tucson.
PHOENIX - Arizonans who say they suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder are hoping to get the same medical options as those with glaucoma or seizures: the right to use marijuana for medical purposes.
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