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Cheryl Pellerin and Jeffrey Y. Hergenrather, MD

Cheryl Pellerin is a science writer with a bachelor of science degree in science journalism and nearly thirty years of experience writing about science in its many forms. Her first book was Trips: How Hallucinogens Work in Your Brain, translated into French and German, with art by Robert Crumb and the underground cartoonists from Zap Comix. She worked as a freelancer for the Discovery Channel and others, then as a science writer for the State and Defense departments. She resides in Virginia. Jeffrey Y. Hergenrather, M.D., began his medical career in 1976, practicing general medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, neonatal care, and emergency medicine. In 1999, he began a medical practice in general medicine and cannabis consultations. He was a founding member in 2000 of the nonprofit Society of Cannabis Clinicians and has been its president since 2008. SCC provides clinical cannabis education to physicians and allied health professionals. He also provides cannabis recommendations to Californians with serious medical conditions, and consultations worldwide by phone and through online appointments. The patient education website MedicalJane calls him “easily one of the most important cannabis physicians working today.”

Cheryl Pellerin and Jeffrey Y. Hergenrather, MD

Cheryl Pellerin is a science writer with a bachelor of science degree in science journalism and nearly thirty years of experience writing about science in its many forms. Her first book was Trips: How Hallucinogens Work in Your Brain, translated into French and German, with art by Robert Crumb and the underground cartoonists from Zap Comix. She worked as a freelancer for the Discovery Channel and others, then as a science writer for the State and Defense departments. She resides in Virginia. Jeffrey Y. Hergenrather, M.D., began his medical career in 1976, practicing general medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, neonatal care, and emergency medicine. In 1999, he began a medical practice in general medicine and cannabis consultations. He was a founding member in 2000 of the nonprofit Society of Cannabis Clinicians and has been its president since 2008. SCC provides clinical cannabis education to physicians and allied health professionals. He also provides cannabis recommendations to Californians with serious medical conditions, and consultations worldwide by phone and through online appointments. The patient education website MedicalJane calls him “easily one of the most important cannabis physicians working today.”

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