Canada will soon be the second country to sell medical marijuana in drug stores.
Even though there are only 78-registered medical marijuana users, Canadian officials believe that number could soon skyrocket.
A new program is being organized in British Columbia that's based on a year-old system already operating in the Netherlands.
As a part of the program, participating pharmacies would be allowed to sell medical marijuana without a doctor's prescription.
The Canadian government will grow the drug at an underground facility.
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