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Hi. My name isXXXXX completed an Internal medicine internship in NYC and have two decades of clinical experience. How can I assist you today?
Thank you for that informative post.
Let me answer your questions in order:
1. Yes. In every state that it is not legal to prescribe medical marijuana doctors, usually with a special form, can prescribe this drug for you. Here is an article that reviews the current state of affairs concerning Marylands marijuana laws:
2. Here is how you can find a doctor and a dispensing pharmacy for medical marijuana anywhere in the USA. Just enter your zip code:
Is there anything else you would like to discuss at this point or have all your questions been answered to your satisfaction?
I hope this information was helpful for you. But I do work for tips so I want to make sure you are happy with me before rating me. If you have another question on this or a related issue feel free to fire away. You may also receive an email survey after our chat, if you don’t feel that I have earned a “10” rating in all areas, please let me know what I can do to meet your expectations. Thanks in advance, Dr. Rick MD FACS
(there is an update to this response that apears at the bottom after my signature)
Hi Dr. Rick,
I thank you very much for your time. The information you have given me, from reading the text of the link titles, appears to be exactly what I needed. I anticipate no problems approaching my Primary Care Physician with this if I go armed with the information I expect to find. As yet, I have not actually gone to the links, but on first glance they appear pertinent and even better than I was hoping for.
I appreciate you feel my information was informative. While I am not a Dr. myself, I am a trained analyst in systems in the areas of Physics and Computer Programming/Information Technologies. My information is an accumulation of 26 years of observations, studies, and experimentation upon myself.
I provide this information in the hopes that others in the future may be helped by it. Otherwise, I could have asked two simple questions without spending a couple of hours doing the write up. My apologies for the formatting of the text, but JustAnswer only allows so much text.
Being as I am on SSI with only $410/month to spend per month for everything would a tip of $30 be sufficient? I want you to be happy too.
Please let me know. You will, of course, receive the highest possible rating from me, and I appreciate the timely response. I'm used to being blown off by others that are overworked leaving them simply disinterested to hear anything. I assume that is why not a single doctor in the last 20 years has actually taken the time to ask about my history.
UPDATE: 11:15 am Monday June 3, 2013
Dear Dr. Rick,
Thank you for alerting me to the ratings button. I was under the impression that I was supposed to rate you after we were done. My apologies.
I went back through our discussions and gave you an "excellent" every place there were ratings icons.
Your last response to me regarding recommendation forms are mailed directly to the Dr's office is a most satisfactory conclusion to our discussion. It also makes alot of good sense since there could be those that might try to forge a Dr's signature. It makes good sense.
Since I am happy with you, and you seem to be happy with me, in the future I will ask for you.
Ps: I especially appreciate your alerting me to the fact I may rate you multiple times. I was communicating with an attorney (Andrea) last night, and only gave her the one-time final rating. Now I know to go back and finish clicking on all available icons. I'm sure Andrea will also appreciate your bringing attention to this matter.
My very best wishes to you. Bless you.
There might be a bug in the programming software. To my knowledge, we had completed our session, and you should have received the $30 bonus I promised, and you said was satisfcatory to you.
I have identified 4 programming errors in the software so far which makes me believe this contact you saw from me with no information is, in fact, an error within the system.
Thank you again. In the future if I have any medical questions I will be sure to ask for you.
I think I know what happened regarding the "missing question", and your not being able to find anything blank.
During our writings I was naive, and unaware that this session is most likely to appear in the database of expert answers. I had signed my full name at one time in closing a correspondence to you.
I saw an alert from you in my in-box today. When scolling down through our "talks" I noted the my signature had been "xxxxxxx xxxxxx'd" out by someone named, Sarah.
So..this is probably not a glitch in the software at all, and is probably operating as it was programmed to do by alerting you. That's probably why you didn't see anything blank. I am making assumptions here.
There would need to be a subroutine, or a few lines of code, added to the existing software so experts could know that an administrator working on the system had made an "edit" to the prose of our converse in order to protect my security since I had signed my full name in a response to you.
Again, I am making assumptions, but for me that clears up any confusion about why you thought I had contacted you when, in fact, I had not.
Thank you for asking though. I hope you have a great day, and an even better tomorrow.
Michael XXXXXX (Lol) :)