I thought I had heard everything, but this is a first. A doctor has the right to refuse to treat a patient, except in emergency situations, and except if his reasons constitute discrimination based on race, religion, gender or ethnicity.
In this day and age, when so many people smoke marijuana, I'm surprised to hear that more than one doctor has refused to treat you. You don't say whether you do in fact smoke marijuana, and I'm not asking if you do, but if you don't, that is certainly something you would want to discuss with these doctors who are refusing to treat you.
Have any of these doctors given you any more details on they won't treat you?
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