The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan says it will maintain status quo when it comes to medical marijuana. As marijuana legalization approaches across the country, the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan said it will maintain its current model when it comes to medical marijuana. “I anticipate that there will continue to be some demand for physicians to prescribe (medical marijuana),” Bryan Salte, associate registrar and legal counsel for the college, said. “Whether that will diminish considerably, I simply don’t know.”
SGEU baffled private sector will be handling marijuana sales in Saskatchewan Self-medication is one of many concerns physicians are expressing ahead of marijuana legalization across Canada. Despite that, the college said its practice around medical marijuana will not change post-legalization. Doctors who believe marijuana is an effective treatment will still continue to follow the same policy. “We will still expect physicians to maintain appropriate standards when they do that,” Salte said. Physicians concerned over self-medicating as marijuana legalization approaches

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