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Medical Cannabis University™ Launches, Puts Thousands Back to Work to Help Veterans and the Chronically Ill
Date:9/17/2010

ASHEVILLE, N.C., Sept. 17 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- With high unemployment and the veterans returning from war, MCU, Inc launches an online university to help train instructors to properly educate those wanting to help our chronically ill and veterans suffering from defending our country thru the use of Medical Cannabis Therapy.

Using modern technology such as streaming video and video conferencing, future instructors gain much needed employment utilizing the internet to train those entering the Medical Cannabis Industry and already in the industry how to properly care for veterans and the chronically ill from a purely scientific and compassionate standpoint. These courses are available live with instructors and are available in other formats similar to a standard learning management system 24/7 for learn-from-home convenience.

The internet has been a gateway for millions to post videos on many various video websites on growing Medical Cannabis for profit and not really emphasizing responsible care giving. Present and future doctors, caregivers and compassion centers need a resource that properly educates them on topics such as how various medical cannabis strains can relieve and benefit particular conditions, saving patients money and without the side affects of other alternative medications and therapies.

Other areas of the caregivers' industry have been neglected as well in the education process such as Point Of Sale Systems, proper treatment and diagnosis, and educating patients on the proper usage of medical cannabis therapy like vaporizing, extracts and edibles. Learning online with video and other virtual technologies allows anyone anywhere to be educated properly in these areas to train as instructors to teach present and future caregivers without having to be hands-on and risk breaking any laws.

Free courses are available to educate minors that Medical Cannabis is a medication not to be used without a doctor's recommendation. We believe that education is also key to help prevent abuse and addiction that can come from any medical therapy. Courses to educate proper responsibility patients have around our youth and daily activities such as driving and operating heavy machinery as with any medical therapy for the health and safety of those being treated and those affected by the patient.

With the Veterans Administration's acknowledgement of benefit Medical Cannabis therapy for PSTD and other severe and chronic conditions (whether they are combat related or not) for our veterans, access to  proper education for  them is vital as well as veterans now may obtain recommendation from a non VA doctor in states that allow medical cannabis treatment.

We offer free or discounted tuition for those that are disabled, veterans, and their spouses so they may learn to help others and gain employment as a contracted instructor with the support of many of our sponsors.

To help support us efforts (we are a non-profit 501(c) 3 and all donations are tax deductible as allowed by law). More information can be found at http://www.medicalcannabisuniversity.org. Or contact us at 1.888.MCU.4.420.


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