a novel about medicine and morality

Medical Marijuana: Where do you stand?

Proponents of medical marijuana argue that it can be a safe and effective treatment for the symptoms of cancer, AIDS, multiple sclerosis, pain, glaucoma, epilepsy, and other conditions.

They cite dozens of peer-reviewed studies, prominent medical organizations, major government reports, and the use of marijuana as medicine throughout world history.
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Opponents of medical marijuana argue that it is too dangerous to use, lacks FDA-approval, and that various legal drugs make marijuana use unnecessary.

They say marijuana is addictive, leads to harder drug use, interferes with fertility, impairs driving ability, and injures the lungs, immune system, and brain. They say that medical marijuana is a front for drug legalization and recreational use.

In “The Marijuana Project,” Sam Burnett is hired to protect a medical marijuana production facility. Yet Sam, a conservative and religious family man who travels the country as a highly sought after security expert, doesn’t even approve of marijuana and wonders why he’s still working there.

Over the course of two years, designing, implementing and operating the entire security program for his client, MedLeaf, Sam is plagued by an ongoing dilemma: Is medical marijuana a legitimate drug for the chronically ill, or is it merely a gateway to more serious drug use and mental instability?

In the end, Sam must take matters into his own hands and face the dangerous consequences.
This suspenseful novel is about medicine…and morality.

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