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Today’s guest is Kevin McKernan. He works with Courtagen and Medicinal Genomics. In this episode we talk about personalized medicine and how mapping out both the human genome and cannabis genome has already led to better medical care for people suffering from a variety of illnesses. The implications of personalized medicine are huge, but there are many regulatory hurdles to overcome.

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Part time writer for Daily Anarchist. Full time project manager father and husband. Practicing Catholic, Navy Vet, I love the outdoors (hunting, fishing kayaking, etc.). Student of Rothbard and the Austrian school.

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  • This stuff is awesome. What other common goods do people use? Epic stuff!

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  • I’m an Anesthesiologist and am trying to reach out to other Anesthesiologists in the nation to request their support. This year at the society meeting (over 15K attendees) the ASA has Dr. Michael Portman, an economist, head of the Harvard Business school… as the keynote speaker.  I’d like to counter with an Austrian economist at next year’s conference in Boston.  I’ve corresponded with Tom Woods, and now just need to get the ASA to hear from members and/or attendees, that they’d like the ASA to invite Dr. Woods. I’d be most grateful for any and all help getting ASA members, anesthesiologists, nurse anesthetists, anesthesia assistants, to contact the ASA and encourage them to invite Dr. Tom Woods. [email protected] even if you could forward my request to folks you believe may be able to assist, I’d be grateful!   thanks!

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  • Would love some input on this one. I live and work mostly in a state where on the northern border cannabis is legal for medicinal use and on the southern border lies a state where cannabis is “legal” for both medicinal and recreational use.   Get this…if I travel to Colorado and use a legal product and, upon my return be subject to a random drug test by my place of employment I will be instantly fired if I show THC at the “detectable” level under my company’s zero tolerance policy.   How is this fair or right…or even “legal” for that matter?  Has there been any court challenges to this type of scenario?  Does this sound insane to anyone?

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