Dr Sanjay Gupta: Weed – CNN Special Documentary

Sanjay Gupta MD is an American neurosurgeon and an assistant professor of neurosurgery at Emory University School of Medicine and associate chief of the neurosurgery service at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia.

A media personality on health-related issues, he is best known as CNN’s multiple Emmy award winning chief medical correspondent, hosting the network’s weekend health program Sanjay Gupta, M.D., and making frequent appearances on their American Morning, Larry King Live and Anderson Cooper 360° programs.

…From 1997 to 1998, he served as one of fifteen White House Fellows, primarily as an advisor to Hillary Clinton. In January 2009, it was reported that Gupta was offered the position of Surgeon General of the United States in the Obama administration, but he withdrew his name from consideration. In January 2011, he was named “one of the 10 most influential celebrities” by Forbes magazine.

…Gupta is an Emory Healthcare general neurosurgeon at Grady Memorial Hospital and has worked on spine, trauma and 3‑D‑image-guided operations. He has published medical journal articles on percutaneous pedicle screw placement, brain tumors, and spinal cord abnormalities. He is licensed to practice medicine in New York, Michigan, Georgia and South Carolina.

~ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sanjay_Gupta

Sanjay Gupta: ‘Why I changed my mind on weed’ ~ http://edition.cnn.com/2013/08/08/health/gupta-changed-mind-marijuana/

Sanjay Gupta: ‘I am doubling down’ on medical marijuana’ ~ http://edition.cnn.com/2014/03/05/health/gupta-medical-marijuana/

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Dr Sanjay Gupta: Weed - CNN Special Documentary

16 thoughts on “Dr Sanjay Gupta: Weed – CNN Special Documentary”

  1. "One of the most healing herbs in the world"
    -Rick Simpson

    "Cover the planet with pot plants"
    -Rick Simpson

  2. many say its going to have late term effects bout thats totally falce i smokeed canabbis for 20 years and well still alive still and Henry was a fucking retard and only saw the $$$ that it was going to bring schedule one no medicinal value my god but at the end I hope that Henry dude fucking dies little fucker fucker

  3. It's funny how thy try and say using cannabis at a young age is bad for neuron function and development well this is false when i was in school i couldn't read very well couldn't write at all, and couldn't spell. I was in special needs and left school at the age of 15, most people would laugh at the prospect when in fact it was the best decision i ever made. I learnt so much more and faster i might add out of school!! In that time i have massed a wealth of knowledge and a great job. I think that if i didn't smoke cannabis non of this would be true!

  4. Don't trust your Governments, they lie to you They want your cash for drugs that will do you harm.

  5. 36% THC for dry herb. I call bullshit. The highest strain is 29% atm and
    that is under some crazy optimal conditions. Fire that dumb ass he
    doesn't know what he is talking about.

  6. The company that say it has no medical value could go F themselves because when this comes out they're not even going to be in the first page that going to be in the last page like the fucking fuck couldn't find something out when it was in front of them

  7. After being proven many times and used has a medicine for thousands of years.

    ''There's not enough proof that marijuana is safe and can be used has medicine''

    Marijuana paradox …

  8. i find it harder to stop drinking soda than to stop smoking cigarettes or weed.. maybe soda should be criminalized

  9. If legal wouldn't it stop the criminal element involved, empty alot of prisons of non criminal people charged for very small amounts of pot. Farms would help the agricultural community. Not to mention all the great medical advances it would bring.

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