CHARLESTON — An online medical cannabis survey is available to gather information from patients who may be interested in obtaining medical cannabis.
“This is a non-scientific, anonymous survey to hear from West Virginia residents who may be considering the use of medical cannabis to treat their serious illness,” said Dr. Rahul Gupta, state health officer and commissioner of the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources, Bureau for Public Health. “This evaluation will provide some insight as to the demographics of the potential patient population, where they are currently seeking care, and for what conditions they will be seeking medical cannabis, along with what forms of medical cannabis they may choose to obtain.”
The survey and more information about the West Virginia medical cannabis program is available at www.medcanwv.org. The survey contains 13 brief questions and is expected to take 3 to 5 minutes. Results from the survey will be shared with the West Virginia Medical Cannabis Advisory Board in December.
“We want to be clear, this survey