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Dec 14, 2017

Episode 17: Marijuana Saved Me From Opioid Addiction

News Stories:

- Dec. 1st kicked off Maryland's Medical Program

- Maryland approved its first medical marijuana law in 2013.


Pamela Hadfield suffered from withering migraine attacks for most of her life. In her late 30s, when the severity of her migraines increased, she was prescribed Vicodin, the highly addictive resident in many of our medicine chests. Pamela used Vicodin but with trepidation. She went to work and kept her life going, but she had become a highly functional opioid addict.