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About Dr. Moskowitz
Dr. Moskowitz is approved by the New York department of health and specializes in medical cannabis for Adults and Children.
CHECK YOUR ELIGIBILITY
In 2014, New York State has enacted the Compassionate Care Act, making Medical Marijuana an available option for certified patients with qualifying conditions.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
You’ll find answers to our most frequently asked questions here.
DIRECTIONS TO OUR OFFICE
Our office is located in Brooklyn’s Boro Park neighborhood and is easily accessible by public transportation
Latest News & In the Press
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Many of New York’s 98,000 medical marijuana patients are older than 50 and suffering from chronic pain. Those are some of the findings in the latest state Department of Health report evaluating the medical marijuana program.
Kings County’s first medical-marijuana dispensary is moving in down the street from the Barclays Center this December. Citiva dispensary will be located at 202 Flatbush Ave. between Dean and Bergen streets on the Park Slope–Prospect Heights Border.
Israel could soon become known as the Silicon Valley of medical marijuana if leaders in the industry have their way. Israel’s medical cannabis sector is flourishing, thanks in part to growing business ties with Canada, which recently legalized marijuana.
After campaigning to convince other veterans that marijuana can help treat post-traumatic stress disorder, Colin Bond is finally seeing that people are heeding his advice. PTSD has become the most common condition treated by patients who use medical marijuana in Illinois.
Post-traumatic stress disorder, better known as PTSD, is a mental illness that occurs after a person has experienced a traumatic and scarring event. According to a VA report from 2012, 30% of veterans who have served in Afghanistan or Iraq suffer from PTSD.
After nearly a decade, the first American study to determine the medical benefits of cannabis in treating post-traumatic stress disorder is nearing completion. Dr. Sue Sisley and the Scottsdale Research Institute need only approve five more patients by mid-October to hit their goal of 76 trials.
Charles Claybaker spent five tours in Afghanistan that left the Army Ranger with a crushed leg, hip and spine and a traumatic brain injury. Army doctors loaded him up with a dozen prescriptions to numb the pain and keep his PTSD in check.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that state officials will hold a series of “listening sessions” about marijuana legalization. The move is the latest in an intensified evolution of the cannabis policy debate in New York.
Amani Toomer was a star receiver for the New York Giants, but in retirement he’s hoping to be a medical marijuana provider. Toomer and an associate on attended a meeting of the Fort Lee Borough Council, during which town leaders officially voiced support for a medical marijuana facility.