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Medicine: Moms & Marijuana #1136906

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 28, 2019
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(No location given: Morgan Radford) The controversial practice by a growing number of women to use marijuana during pregnancy examined; scenes shown from Montreal, Canada, of a support group. [Mother Vicky POLOLOS%- recounts using cannabis during her stressful pregnancy.] [Mothers Mary CEO Annie-Claude BERTRAND@, co-founder Jordana ZABITSKY@- back cannabis use & say it is worth the medical risks.] The growth in numbers of American pregnant women using marijuana noted. [Maryland Medical Center OB-GYN Dr. Katrina MARK@- cites the dangers of marijuana to the baby.]

(Studio: Kate Snow. Morgan Radford) The issue of women using marijuana & the underreprting of use discussed.

Reporter(s):
Snow, Kate;
Radford, Morgan;
Morgan, Kate Snow.
Duration:
00:03:30

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