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Medical Marijuana – Making Sense of the Cannabis Debate 

Dr. Rasean Hodge & Nick McCauley 

Dr. Rasean Hodge received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Morehouse College and earned his medical degree, cum laude, from the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.  He completed his internship and residency in Family Medicine from the Morehouse School of Medicine in 2005, and upon completion, matriculated into Family Medicine. He served  as Investigator on numerous clinical research studies aimed at making the human condition better for those who are suffering. His compassion for those in need continued to be evident as he has led several Hospice Programs throughout Georgia as both Medical Director and Assistant Medical Director. 

Currently, Dr. Hodge serves as Medical Director for Premier Chronic Pain Care in Atlanta, GA and is a strong advocate for the legalization and cultivation of Medicinal Cannabis. Dr. Hodge was a contributory factor in writing the law for HB 722 and its inclusiveness of Peripheral Neuropathy, as being one of the qualifying conditions for participation in the State’s Medicinal Cannabis program.

 Nick McCauley is an entrepreneur and an expert on Cannabis.

Examining the Myths and Misconceptions of Medical Marijuana



With statistics showing that stress, depression, anxiety and fear are fast becoming a major global problem, more and more people are turning to medical marijuana to help lift their low moods, calm chronic tension, ameliorate withdrawal symptoms, and ease their physical, mental, and emotional pain. 

But how effective is medical marijuana really?  And, perhaps more importantly, how safe? 

While marijuana is the most commonly used drug of abuse in the USA, 26 states and the District of Columbia have now enacted laws that have legalized its use in some form, and three additional states have passed measures permitting the use of medical marijuana.

Dr. Rasean Hodge and Nick McCauley  unravel some of
the many misconceptions
and myths about cannabis in general, and the question of medical marijuana being a safer alternative to opiates
and NSAIDs in treating PTS, depression, anxiety, addiction, mental health issues, and pain.

Medical Marijuana – Making Sense of the Cannabis Debate
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