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As the fight for access to medical marijuana rages on, we have joined forces with the Cash Hyde Foundation to educate, inform and empower you to make the best decisions for your family and your children.
There’s nothing that should stand in the way of the health and safety of children. This is a fact that we can all agree on, even those of us without any children of our own. Here at United Patients Group, we want you to know that we are taking steps to make sure nothing stands in the way of you getting the medicine you need for your children.
We have teamed up with the Cash Hyde Foundation to spearhead initiatives that aim to educate the public, healthcare sector and government about cannabis treatments for children. We are continuously improving our efforts to keep you, as parents and patients, well-informed about medical marijuana facts. And we will continue to be the best resource available for trustworthy information about and personal guidance through the medical marijuana industry.
Why are we telling you this? Because we truly care that you and your family find the best treatment available for any ailment. We also know that all the information out there can be confusing, and a lot of it is just plain wrong.
This industry is frustrating. The fact that we know the benefits of cannabis, but we still can’t get enough medicine for our children is disheartening. Few people know this as well as Mike and Kalli Hyde of the Cash Hyde Foundation.
That’s why we’re taking on these initiatives in conjunction with the Cash Hyde Foundation. We’re more passionate than ever to spread awareness and make a difference. Together, our goal is to clear up a lot of the misinformation and scare tactics being thrown around by government entities, healthcare providers and facilities, and the uneducated public. Our goal is to get your voices heard and arm you with as much knowledge as possible.
If there are any topics we haven’t covered or aren’t covering enough, let us know. If there are any questions you have about integrating cannabis into the treatment routine for you or a loved one, please don’t hesitate to ask. We are always here for you.