David Casarett

University of Pennsylvania

Guest

Director of Hospice and Palliative care at the University of Pennsylvania’s medical school

David Casarett on KCRW

For someone with a serious illness, the days are marked not by hours, but by an endless parade of pharmaceuticals. Unless you treat your disease with medical marijuana.

Palliative Care: Lessons from Medical Marijuana

For someone with a serious illness, the days are marked not by hours, but by an endless parade of pharmaceuticals. Unless you treat your disease with medical marijuana.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

For someone with a serious illness, the days are marked not by hours, but by an endless parade of pharmaceuticals. Unless you treat your disease with medical marijuana.

Palliative Care: Lessons from Medical Marijuana

For someone with a serious illness, the days are marked not by hours, but by an endless parade of pharmaceuticals. Unless you treat your disease with medical marijuana.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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