Karen O'Keefe, JD, Assistant Director of State Policies at the Marijuana Policy Project, wrote in a Feb. 8, 2008 email to ProCon.org:

“[T]here are now only four surviving patients in the federal IND program… The patients are:

Barbara Douglass, who has MS;
George McMahon, who has Nail Patella Syndrome;
Elvy Musikka, who has Glaucoma;
Irvin Rosenfeld, who has Multiple Congenital Cartilaginous Exostoses.

In May of 2006, my coworker contacted NIDA and was told five patients were surviving at that time. We knew them to be the above four and Corrine Millet. Corrine passed away in December.”

Feb. 8, 2008