Irvin Rosenfeld is the longest surviving of the final four Federal Medical Cannabis patients in the United States as he lives with a severe bone tumor disorder. The Federal Government has been supplying him 10 Medical Cannabis cigarettes per day for over 31 years. In the capacity of a Federal patient, he has spoken to many politicians in various State Capitols, been featured on national news programs such as NBC Nightly News as well as numerous documentaries such as the PBS Emmy winning feature “Smoking Medicine: The Marijuana Issue”. Irvin is a board member of “Patient’s Out of Time” a 501 C-3 organization that is the only organization that is sanctioned by the American Medical Association and the American Nurses Association to teach doctors and nurses about Medical Cannabis to where they get Continuing Education Credits. Irvin has written his life story and that of the history of the Medical Cannabis movement in this country through his book “My Medicine” ‘How I Convinced the U.S. Government To Provide My Marijuana and Helped Launch a National Movement,’ which was published in 2010.
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