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think the criticism often stems from this dichotomy that if rs 3 gold
you do this, what about the kids? I get it. I have kids. I understand
that concern, Gupta explained. I don think either Montel or I are saying
this is something we would advocate for kids to taking. Look, if the
trade off is because of the concern about kids, that patients will be
denied therapy that works for them like Montel Williams and like
hundreds and thousands of other patients out there, that not something I
think doctors or frankly any compassionate person should accept.
citizens for years, and for the next edition of Morgan Live, watch CNN
every night at 9.
His lapse of judgment is featured on Morgan already grasping show,
alongside the biggest lapse of personal judgment (yes, I AM calling
Gupta recent which to me amounts to his turning to the side of the force
coincidentally ironic timing, this pairing. Remarkable retrospect, I
can forgive Montel more than Gupta, for his (the emotional and mental
aspects of which may have been mounting for years, after his show left
TV) may have adversely affected his own judgment, whereas any licensed
physician (much less an American which Gupta has been pushing himself to
be for years) has simply no excuse for coming out with such deferential
statements that destroy whatever minimal credibility he retains after
his monumental sellout over the last 3 years to CNN alone.
More than ever, we should be asking our own, hopefully small town,
personal care physicians what they think about the potentially
detrimental effects of long term, habitual marijuana use. I hoping most
will say they honestly can even communicate with their patients who have
used the drug RECREATIONALLY for more than a decade.
As ever, I am myself convinced that there are ALWAYS going to be pain
reducing benefits necessitated by those fighting long term battles with
cancer and MANY OTHER illnesses that can cause many to become addicted
to MUCH WORSE painkillers like hydrocodine, oxycontin, and other
hopelessly uncontrollable drugs that can literally rot your spine and
other major important skeletal structures.
However, Gupta statements are, as usual, as irresponsible as they
come their sudden visibility alone, to their showcasing of his own
personal opinion shift, these are the statements of a man who clearly
chooses his media ambitions over any kind of responsibility towards the
human race, and should lose his license as long as he not actually
seeing real patients in an actual daily practice anyway.