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 Active Voice Radio Interview 
 Chris Goldstein, Jahan Marcu
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Jahan Marcu is one of the few cannabinoid scientists in America. Chris Goldstein interviews him on the new street drug Spice or K2.
Chris Goldstein
Federal authorities in Philadelphia seized parcels of a new drug containing synthetic cannabinoids at a UPS shipping facility last week. Users seek a marijuana-like high with the ability to pass a standard drug test. Technically they are fully legal and with no current prohibitions. The various preparations of these chemical cannabinoid substitutes are sold as “Spice” or “K2.”

Jahan Marcu recently published a landmark study highlighting the effect of pure cannabinoids on gliomas or brain cancers. Currently conducting research at Temple University he is one of the few cannabinoid scientists in America. He was familiar with Spice.

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 Active Voice Radio Spice Special 1 Download Program Podcast
Interview with Jahan Marcu
00:14:12 English 2010-02-23
 Philadelphia, PA
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