May 8: Medicinal Cannabis Public Info Session

April 29, 2019 | 10 Comments

NorthShore Medical & Aesthetics Center will be hosting a public information session on the topic of medicinal cannabis on Wednesday May 8th , 2019 at 6pm in The Ruth Seaton James Auditorium at CedarBridge Academy; the event is free and open to all members of the community.

“Internationally renowned clinical researcher, Dr. Debra Kimless MD, will be the guest speaker at the information sessions. A Magna cum laude Muhlenberg College graduate with a double major in Natural Sciences and Biology and Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society Member, Dr. Kimless attended Rutgers Medical School and did her residency at Temple University Hospital,” a spokesperson said.

“Dr. Kimless is a board-certified Anesthesiologist with a Pain Medicine subspecialty certification, who has fifteen years private practice experience and is board certified by the American and International Board of Lifestyle Medicine.

Public Info Session Bermuda April 28 2019

“Dr. Kimless is widely regarded by her peers as among most experienced physicians specializing in the endocannabinoid system [“ECS”], micro dose, topical therapies, and how medical cannabis can be beneficial to help treat medical conditions as well as reduce or replace opioids for pain relief.

“Dr. Kimless is the Chief Medical Director for ForwardGro, Maryland’s first cultivator of medicinal cannabis and is also the Medical Director for We-Mend LLC and Pure Green Canna, two U.S nationally acclaimed cannabis consulting agencies.”

NMAC Medical Director, Dr. Kyjuan Brown said, “A significant number of patients in Bermuda suffer from a plethora of conditions that are treatable and/or can be assisted by way use of medicinal cannabis. For many years, I have advocated on behalf of the many suffering Bermudian patients who can benefit from medicinal cannabis.

“To that end, we at North Shore Medical & Aesthetic Center believe it imperative to educate the general public on the uses and benefits of medicinal cannabis. We are excited to welcome Dr. Kimless to Bermuda; we are both passionate about finding alternative solutions to address the needs of our patients and I invite everyone to come out and learn a bit more about this emerging field of alternative medicine.”

“I am grateful for the opportunity to bring my expertise to the beautiful paradise island Bermuda to assist with educating the public on the abundance of benefits of medicinal cannabis,” said Dr. Kimless.

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  1. sage says:

    Just get on and make it legal for crying out loud, we know the benefits and we don’t need doctors or pharmacists involved if we don’t want. Denying people access to a far safer alternative because of racist based lies, baseless unjust laws and the need for a scapegoat to blame all our ills on, is an atrocious trampling of peoples human rights that should have ended 40 years ago.

    • De Truth says:

      Very powerful and true statement. Let’s free our minds from mental slavery!!!

      • We can free our minds from mental slavery, but policies are still in place from the post slavery era that disenfranchise African Descendents.
        And many Bermudians are still on de Stop List through Racial Profiling during de Stop and Search era.

        • question says:

          25-11 and you’re still in mental slavery. Who are you going to blame now?

        • Jus' Wonderin' says:

          THE STOP LIST IS A MADE UP THING….IT IS WORLD WIDE FOR USA!

        • Toodle-oo says:

          Please list these policies and explain why they haven’t been repealed/eliminated after 18 years of PLP ‘rule’ ?

  2. Captain Hook says:

    Free our minds of same sex marriage, free our minds of gambling, free our minds of this very narrow minded concept of our government protecting all the stupid people and the Churches that stand the most to lose if we were to truly free our minds.

  3. We can free our minds from mental slavery, but policies are still in place from the post slavery era that disenfranchise African Descendents.
    And many Bermudians are still on de Stop List through Racial Profiling during de Stop and Search era.

    • bluenose says:

      OJ I would be interested to see your data on this as it sounds terrible.

    • Joe Bloggs says:

      Umm, OJ, what “Stop List” please?

      Bermuda does not stop people from leaving Bermuda or moving from parish to parish.

      If you are talking about the American “stop list” for people with drug convictions, that has nothing to do with the Bermuda Government or Bermuda history, nor does it have anything to do with racial profiling.

      The American Government admitted decades ago that it got names of people convicted of drug offences in Bermuda from media, which did not and does not publish racial information about the convicted person. The same American policy applies to Brits and Canadians. If you want to criticise American history, go to America and do it please.

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