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 -an Dr. John Norgan, psychopharmacologist, Board-ce_ified in
 [nternal Medicine, full Professor and Director-of Pharmacology at the C_ty
 University of lleu York;-
 f° Dr° Ph:illip Jobe, neuropsychopharmaco_ogist with a practice in
 illinois and former Professor of Pharmacology and Psychiatry at the Louisiana
 State University School of Medicine in Shreveport, Louisiana, from !974 to 1984;
 g. Dr. Arthur Kaufman, formerly a general practitioner in Maryland,
 currently Vice-President of a private medical consultinc' group involved in the
 evaluation of the quality of care of all the U.S° military hospitals throughout
 the world, who has had extensive experience in drug abuse treatment and rehabili-
 tation programs;
 h. Dr. J. Thomas Unger'leider, a full Professor of Psychiatry at
 the University of California in Los Angeles with extensive experience in research
 on the medical use of drugs;
 i. Dr. Andrew l_e#l_ ethnophamaco_ogist, Associate Director of
 Social Perspectives in Medicine at the College of Medicine at the University of
 Arizona, with extensive research on n'_dicina_ plants; and
 j. Dr. Lester Grinspoon, a practicing psychiatrist and Associate
 Professor at Harvard Medical Schoo'io
 36. Certain law enforcement authorities have been outspoken in their
 acceptance of marijuana as an antiemetic agent. Robert T.. Stephan, Attorney
 General of the State of Kansas, and himself a former cancer patient, said of
 chemotherapy in his affidavit in this record: "The treatment becomes a terror° _
 His cancer is now in remission. He came to know a number of heal_th care
 professionals whose medical judgment he respected. ]They had accepted marijuana -
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