NM doc appeals suspension over medical marijuana

September 25, 2013 • State News

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — In the six years since New Mexico legalized medical marijuana, Dr. Nicholas Nardacci has cleared more than 1,000 patients to use it — a tenth of all the patients certified across the state in that period — for conditions ranging from cancer to multiple sclerosis to post-traumatic stress disorder.

He even uses it himself to treat chronic back pain.

But now the New Mexico Medical Board has suspended Nardacci’s license, claiming among other violations that he certified patients without proper documentation and that he examined and treated patients while Login to read more

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