Medical cannabis ultimately led him on a journey from Maryland to Colorado and back again, giving him a unique perspective on the dramatic differences in state MMJ programs.

In late 2008, Barry Lauder started to see double in one eye.

By 2009, with a collection of doctor’s appointments, tests, and unanswered questions lining his patient file, the Maryland native was diagnosed with nystagmus—a condition marked by uncontrollable shaking of the eyes.

That same year, he was hit with a multiple sclerosis (MS) diagnosis. 

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