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Topic - Feseha Woldu
Washington, D.C.'s medical marijuana program has enrolled just 59 patients since the first city dispensary opened for business in July — far below estimates for participation.
"We are not far from the attorney general's office and other offices, and we want to make sure we are running an airtight program," he said. "The continuity of the program is much more important for us. We want to make sure the program is sustainable and has a future."
"Maybe if we can make the physicians more comfortable, and then the advisory committee recommending more conditions, then I think we can be where we need to be," said Dr. Woldu, adding that only 62 physicians have requested patient recommendation order forms, which are required before a patient can receive medical marijuana.