Supported by the ACLU, a brave cancer patient, Joseph Casias, speaks out on YouTube about using medical marijuana to treat his life-threatening sinus cancer.
When no medicine could ease his pain, Joseph’s oncologist suggested medical marijuana. Now that Joseph is using medical marijuana his pain is under control and he’s able to be a better husband and father.
Despite Joseph’s plight, and the tens of thousands of others who suffer from cancer, AIDS, Crohn’s, and multiple sclerosis, Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley recently announced that he would veto any medical marijuana bill that reaches his desk.
As a result, there is still no legal or safe way to obtain medical marijuana in Maryland.