According to a survey, one in four medical marijuana patients have said it is harder to obtain their medicine in Canada after recreational pot was legalized last year.

This is according to a recent survey jointly commissioned by Canadians for Fair Access to Medical Marijuana, the Arthritis Society and the Canadian Pharmacists Association.

The survey found that 64 per cent of medical cannabis users are either under-dosing or stretching out their supply.

Bill Blair, Canada’s minister of border security and organized crime reduction, stated to CBC News, “The data is clear: there remains enough supply to meet and exceed combined retail sales. After months of blaming an inept approach on a non-existent supply shortage, the Ontario government finally issued a limited number of licences using a lottery scheme in April.”

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