Veterans and their supporters march in Olympia to raise awareness of veterans PTSD and suicide issues. Steve Bloom/Staff Photographer
Jordan Schrader ~ The News Tribune ~
 
An overhaul of Washington State’s medical-marijuana system adds PTSD and traumatic brain injuries to the conditions a medical provider can cite in authorizing the drug.
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As a U.S. Army medic during the invasion of Iraq, Dante Cammarata was tasked with treating wounds, handing out pills and saving lives.
 
Back in the civilian world and grappling with his own less visible wounds, Cammarata, 34, says the cannabis plant probably saved his life.
 
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