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David Deardorff, Associated Press

HARRISBURG — About 50 area doctors may now certify patients to participate in Pennsylvania’s medical marijuana program.

A Health Department list of approved practitioners was updated Monday to include additional physicians with practices in Berks, Dauphin, Franklin and York counties.

Approved doctors can certify patients with 17 qualifying serious medical conditions that include autism, cancer, epilepsy, glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and post-traumatic stress disorder.

Marijuana will be available from dispensaries only in pills, oils, topical gels and creams, liquid, tincture and forms appropriate for vaporization and nebulization.

Here is a list of Cumberland County physicians approved to certify patients:

Cumberland County

Dr. Maciej Charczuk, physiatry, 99 November Drive, Camp Hill; 1 Dunwoody Drive, Carlisle

Dr. Christine Daecher, family and pain medicine, 2010 Market St., Camp Hill

Dr. Richard Huskey, internal and regenerative medicine and geriatrics, 2 Lemoyne Drive, Suite 203, Lemoyne

Dr. Gregory Khan-Arthur, family and pain medicine, 25 N. 32nd St., Camp Hill

Dr. Jordan Klein, physical medicine and rehabilitation, 175 Lancaster Blvd., Mechanicsburg

Dr. John Neely, functional medicine, 310 Lambs Gap Road, Mechanicsburg

Dr. Julianne Rich and Dr. Theresa Burick, internal medicine, 2005 Technology Parkway, Suite 350, Mechanicsburg

Dr. William Richwine, family and holistic medicine, 2135 Market St., Camp Hill

Dr. Jean Santo, pain management, 2005 Technology Parkway, Suite 255, Mechanicsburg

Dr. William Setzer, family medicine, 645 N. 12th St., Suite 300, Lemoyne

Dr. Asit Upadhyay, physical medicine and rehabilitation, 1 Lemoyne Square, Suite 100, Lemoyne

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