Tracey Gamer-Fanning is a wife and mother and greets everyone she meets with a broad smile and a whole lot of warmth. It’s really hard to believe she has a brain tumor and has been told by doctors she won’t make it.
Gamer-Fanning became a familiar face across Connecticut over the past year during the legislative battle over medical marijuana. She was successful in her push to get it legalized. Why? She smokes marijuana to help ease the pain of cancer.
This Sunday on Face the State, Gamer-Fanning will share with us her cancer battle and why she turned to marijuana. She dispels some myths she says critics have medicinal marijuana.
Tune in this Sunday at 11 for Face the State only on WFSB Channel 3 and let us know what you think?
MONDAY UPDATE: Watch the segment here http://www.wfsb.com/video?autoStart=true&topVideoCatNo=default&clipId=9116644
Yes medical Mariwana should be allowed as there is a lot to be said about the quality of life sometimes this herb is the only drug that can bring any relief if through the medical it should not be abused must be handed out by a qualified department I e doctors subscription to a pharmacy to the patient
I think you’ll be very pleased with the system that CT has set up. It’s probably one of, if not the, toughest regulated program in the country. I think we’re showing patients how to very responsibly use this new medication.
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