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Scripps Mercy Physician Leader Discusses Drugged Driving with KPBS

Trauma expert discusses dangers of marijuana use on drivers

Dr. Michael Sise discussed driving under influence of marijuana with KBPS TV and radio

Trauma expert discusses dangers of marijuana use on drivers

Michael Sise, MD, medical chief of staff at Scripps Mercy Hospital San Diego and a longtime trauma surgeon, recently discussed the impact marijuana has on drivers on KPBS TV and radio news programs. Dr. Sise, who is featured in multiple episodes of the KPBS series on drugged driving, said no safe level of marijuana use exists when it comes to driving.

View the first episode on KPBS: Driving Stoned: How Much Is Too Much.

View the second episode on KPBS: San Diego Scientists Try to Find DUI Limit for Marijuana.

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