Kansas Medical Marijuana Patient Evaluation, Recommendation, Prescription And Card

If you are interested in becoming a medical Marijuana patient in Kansas, please fill out the evaluation form below. As soon as our doctors have reached a decision regarding your case, they will send you an email with their determination and the next steps of the process. 


Please Note: Due to an influx of inquiries, we ask that you please allow 2-5 business days for us to respond before following up. We look forward to helping you become a medical Marijuana patient. Evaluations are handled in the order they are received. Your patience is appreciated!


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KANSAS MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENT EVALUATION, RECOMMENDATION, PRESCRIPTION AND CARD

KANSAS PHARMACUETICAL LOBBYSIST BRIBE LEGISLATE STATE OFFICIALS - EQUAL MEDICINE EXPOSE

 

KANSAS LEGISLATION CORRUPTION

It’s very concerning  the legislative branch in the state of Kansas has not made any plans for the deregulation of Marijuana. for medical patients.  Our organization is quite certain officials in Kansas have been accepting bribes (kickbacks) from opiate based drug manufacturers that produce controversial drugs  like Morphine, Oxycontin, and codeine.  A

Since the state of New York filed a lawsuit in April, 2017 against Oxycontin maker Purdue Pharma for killing thousands of people through their deceiving marketing techniques, over 1000 similar lawsuits have been filed from 26 other states.  Even with all this negative attention, opiate manufacturers have continued to stay in business.  Pharmaceutical lobbyist target political representatives from under-capitalized states such as Kansas, Nebraska, Idaho, and South Dakota to form under the table contracts that allow them to continue distributing their harmful drugs to the public. Patients within these states are protected under the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Not offering a patient same or similar treatment because of their state origin is an illegal form of discrimination  and suppose to be protected by the federal government. Our Organization has been looking for a legal way to help these patients for a long time. We’re heppy to inform you that we’ve found a way to get you medicated legally. To keep cost down we’ve streamlined the processes much as possible.

KANSAS RESIDENT BECOMING A MEDICAL MARIJUANA PATIENT 

MISSOURI MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD NEXT TO COLORADO MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD

The  solution our Organization has developed  allows patients in Kansas to medical Marijuana patients in neighboring, legal states. As you are probably aware,  Kansas City is on the border of Missouri. Missouri recently deregulated Cannabis. Marijuana is now available to all medical marijuana patients in Missouri. To obtain a medical card in Missouri, you must have a valid address in the state. Our organization is proud to offer you exactly that.   Along with the mail address, we also will be glad to provide you with assistance to obtain a medical marijuana card in Missouri. Your first step is to select an address from the list below that you would like us to put on your Missouri medical marijuana patient file. This is the address where your medical marijuana card will be sent. You have two options: Our representative at the address can forward to card to your Kansas address OR you can pick the card up from the address in person, whichever is more convenient for you. After you have selected an address from the list below, proceed down the page to the Missouri medical Marijuana patient evaluation form. After our doctors have verified that you meet the qualifications to become a medical MAriojuana patient in Missouri, they will respond to you an email containing the next steps of the process to become a Missouri Medical Marijuana Patient. If you have any questions, email us anytime at support@equalmedicine.com OR use the “text” link located in the “contact us” drop down menu from the top of the page. We look forward to hearing from you!

Depending on your condition, it is possible to have your appication expedited. Please select all that apply.

ADDRESS FOR (OUT OF STATE) RESIDENT TO BECOME MARIJUANA PATIENT IN MISSOURI (11)

KANSAS MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD OVER STATE MAP ISSUED BY EQUAL MEDICINE ORGANIZATION

312 SW Greenwich Drive, Lee’s Summit, MO 64082

1200 Lake Saint Louis Blvd, Lake Saint Louis, MO 63367

231 S Bemiston Ave Ste 850, Saint Louis, MO 63105

8651 Highway N Ste 100, Lake St Louis, MO 63367

196A NW Oldham Parkway, Lee’s Summit, MO 64081

7827 state Highway N Suite 104, O’Fallon, MO 63368

58 Crossroads Plaza, Ofallon, MO 63368

213 St. Robert Blvd Ste. 3, Saint Robert, MO 65584

2131 W Republic Rd, Springfield, MO 65807

281 W. Veterans Memorial Pkwy, Warrenton, MO 63383

PO Box 66738, Saint Louis, MO 63166

QUALIFYING MEDICAL CONDITIONS TOO BECOME MARIJUANA PATIENT IN MISSOURI

MISSOURI MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD OVER STATE MAP ISSUED BY EQUAL MEDICINE ORGANIZATION

Alzheimer’s Disease

ALS

Anxiety

Arthritis

Crohn’s Disease

CRPS (Type I)

Depression

Dystonia

Liver Disease

Lou Gehrig’s Disease

Lupus

Multiple Sclerosis

Muscular Dystrophy

Myoclonus

Nausea

Nueropathic Pain

Parkinson’s Disease

Post-Concussion Syndro

Tourette Syndrome

ADDRESS FOR (OUT OF STATE) RESIDENT TO BECOME MARIJUANA PATIENT IN COLORADO (19)

KANSAS MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD FROM COLORADO - EQUAL MEDICINE PATIENT

4845 Pearl East Cir Ste 118, Boulder, CO 80301-6112, US

1624 Market St Ste 226, Denver, CO 80202-2523, US

PO Box 371680, Denver, CO 80237-5680, US

6547 N Academy Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO 80918

3773 Cherry Creek North Drive, Denver, CO 80209

9888 W Belleview Ave, Denver, CO 80123

9615 E County Line Rd, Centennial, CO 80112

1112 Oakridge Drive, Fort Collins, CO 80525

1625 Mid Valley Drive, Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

2770 Arapahoe Road, Lafayette, CO 8002

18121 E. Hampden Ave., Unit C, Aurora, CO 80013

9615 E County Line Rd STE B, Centennial, CO 80112

6547 N Academy Boulevard, Colorado Springs, CO 80918

9888 W Belleview Ave, Denver, CO 80123

1312 17th Street, Denver, CO 80202

1112 Oakridge Drive, Suite 104, Fort Collins, CO 80525

2770 Arapahoe Rd Ste 132, Lafayette, CO 80026

1751 Hover Street B-4, Longmont, CO 80501

1625 Mid Valley Dr, Ste 1, Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

QUALIFYING MEDICAL CONDITIONS TOO BECOME MARIJUANA PATIENT IN COLORADO

COLORADO MEDICAL MARIJUANA CARD OVER STATE MAP ISSUED BY EQUAL MEDICINE ORGANIZATION

Alzheimer’s Disease

ALS

Anxiety

Arthritis

Cachexia

Cancer

Causalgia

Crohn’s Disease

CRPS (Type I)

Depression

Dystonia

Epilepsy

Fibromyalgia

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NEW YORK VS. PURDUE PHARMA

AUGUST 14, 2018 / 9:13 AM / 3 MONTHS AGO

New York sues OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma over opioids

STATE OF NEW YORK VERSUS PURDUE PHARMA - EQUAL MEDICINE ORGANIZATION

NEW YORK (Reuters) – New York state on Tuesday sued Purdue Pharma LP, accusing the OxyContin maker of widespread fraud and deception in the marketing of opioids, and contributing to a nationwide epidemic that has killed thousands.

FILE PHOTO: Bottles of prescription painkiller OxyContin made by Purdue Pharma LP sit on a shelf at a local pharmacy in Provo, Utah, U.S., April 25, 2017. REUTERS/George Frey/File Photo

The state blamed Purdue for running what it called a reckless, decades-long scheme to mislead doctors and patients by overstating the ability of opioids to improve bodily function, while downplaying the risk of addiction.

This enabled privately held Purdue to boost prescriptions and profits, at the cost of lost lives and “devastation” in communities now “awash” with the painkillers, according to the complaint filed in the state supreme court in Suffolk County.

“The opioid epidemic was manufactured by unscrupulous distributors who developed a $400 billion industry pumping human misery into our communities,” Governor Andrew Cuomo said in a statement.

“This lawsuit sends a clear message (to those) who mislead the public to increase their profit margins that we will hold you accountable,” he added.

In a statement, Purdue denied New York’s allegations but said it shared the state’s concerns about the “opioid crisis.”

The Stamford, Connecticut-based company said the U.S. Food and Drug Administration “continues to approve” of scientific and medical information it has provided to doctors.

New York is seeking to impose civil fines, recoup profits and obtain other damages, including for creating an alleged “criminal nuisance.”

Purdue sold $1.74 billion of OxyContin in 2017, according to Symphony Health Solutions.

Opioid makers and distributors face hundreds of lawsuits by U.S. states, counties and cities accusing them of using deceptive marketing to sell the painkillers.

New York joined at least 26 other U.S. states and Puerto Rico to sue Purdue over opioids.

Connecticut is not among those states but has been part of a 41-state coalition investigating the opioid industry. Some of its larger cities, including Bridgeport, New Haven and Waterbury, have sued Purdue.

In January, New York City filed its own lawsuit seeking $500 million from Purdue and seven other opioid makers and distributors to fight the opioid crisis there.

Opioids, including prescription painkillers and heroin, played a role in a record 42,249 U.S. deaths in 2016, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

This included at least 3,086 deaths in New York state and more than 1,100 in New York City.

In 2007, Purdue and three executives pleaded guilty to misbranding OxyContin and agreed to pay $634.5 million to resolve a U.S. Department of Justice investigation.

The case is New York v Purdue Pharma LP et al, New York State Supreme Court, Suffolk County, No. 400016/2018.

AUGUST 14, 2018 / 9:13 AM / 3 MONTHS AGO

BY EQUAL MEDICINE ORGANIZATION CONTRIBUTOR AND EDITOR, JEROME GYLLENHAUL

Jerome Gyllenhaul - Equal Medicine Organization Editor

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The Equal Medicine Organization take aim at state and federal legislature for violating the Title VII, Civil Rights act of 1964. These laws were Initially enacted by federal legislature in order to protect individuals from discrimination based on their race, color, and / or origin in programs and activities that receive federal financial assistance. If you are eligible for Medicaid, other health care, or human services, you cannot be denied assistance because of your race, color, or origin. The Office for Civil Rights (OCR) in the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) enforces Title VII as well as other civil rights laws including: the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Hill-Burton Act, and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

There are many forms of illegal discrimination based on race, color, or origin that frequently limit the opportunities of minorities to gain equal access to services. A recipient of Federal financial assistance may not, based on race, color, or national origin: deny services, financial aid or other benefits provided as a part of health or human service programs. Also, Providing a different service, financial aid or other benefit, or providing individuals in a different manner from those provided to others who are privileged because they are of a different race, color, or origin is defined as an illegal form of discrimination under Title VII, Equal Rights Act of 1964. Segregating or separately the manner in which a group of individual(s) is treated, in any matter related to the receipt of any service, financial aid or other benefit is also defined as an illegal form of discrimination.

Title VII, Civil Rights Act of 1964 Protects

  • Extended care facilities
  • Public assistance programs
  • Nursing homes
  • Adoption agencies
  • Hospitals
  • Day care centers
  • Mental health centers
  • Senior citizen centers
  • Medicaid and Medicare
  • Family health centers and clinics
  • Alcohol and drug treatment centers
  • Prohibited Discriminatory Acts

Title VII, Equal Rights Act of 1964 Equal Healthcare Obligations

Provide free oral and written language assistance to patients who have Limited English Proficiency (LEP). The U.S. Supreme Court has held that discrimination against individuals

with LEP is considered discrimination against national origin. Therefore, these individuals are entitled to equal access just as English speakers are entitled. This also includes giving patients notice that they have a right to these services. Provide free written and oral assistance to patients with other special communication needs such as those who need audio assistance, large print, or Braille. Post signs and materials in languages of the service area’s predominant cultural and ethnic groups. This includes making consent forms and other essential documents available in these languages.

Violation Remedies

Failure to comply with Title VI, Equal Rights Act of 1964 could result in a loss of federal or state funding for the health care entity. For example, a nursing home could lose their funding and be forced to close. Health care entities could also face medical malpractice charges. Title VII, Equal Rights Act of 1964 not only requires government enforcement, but also provides a private right of action in federal court, a right to sue health care facilities and institutions that engage in intentional discrimination that prevents accessibility or opportunities in health care under federally funded programs. Patients have the right to sue regardless of the finding of an OCR investigation. Over the last decade, a plethora of medical research has been release proving Marijuana / Cannabis to be an effective medical treatment for multiple disorders and diseases.  Denying medical patients the right to medicate with natural remedies because of their state origin falls under Title VII, Equal Rights Act of 1964 as an illegal form of discrimination.

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