Connecticut Medical Marijuana Statistics Released

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With recently published statistics being made readily available to the general public, the Connecticut medical marijuana program has now updated and posted real-time data that depicts the number of certified marijuana patients within the state. Out of the 1,208 registered patients that have been accounted for by the state, MarijuanaDoctors statistics show that the company has helped assist 1,020 of those patients -- representing a 95% market share.

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"Nothing satisfies me more than knowing our company has helped that many patients try an alternative medicine that can potentially increase the quality of health for an individual. " -John Nicolazzo, C.O.O. of

Primarily recognized across the country as one of the nation's first online search-and-booking platforms for the medical marijuana industry, MarijuanaDoctors has been making strides through innovative software for the last three years. In what is perhaps one of the most rewarding statistics released to date, the company has been evaluated to have a 95% market share within the state of Connecticut's medical marijuana industry. These numbers come in light of the state releasing on October 28th the complete number of patients (alongside a respective county) who have been certified within the Constitution State.

As of the 28th of October, the state of Connecticut has accounted for 1,208 medical marijuana patients becoming certified and receiving a physician's written-recommendation. The statistics were compiled from each of the eight counties across the state such as Fairfield, Hartford, Litchfield, Middlesex, New Haven, New London, Tolland and Windham. MarijuanaDoctors to date has assisted in booking the appointment of 1,020 of the state's 1,208 patients through the five locations that have been listed on the company's website.

With a retained market share of around 95%, the company is showing clear signs of its continual rise to the top within the medical marijuana industry. Of the eight counties that were listed in the state's report that was released on Monday, New Haven and Fairfield were two of the most densely populated counties in terms of patients residing with medical marijuana certifications.

Since the initial groundwork was set in place for the state of Connecticut to become the next medical marijuana state, MarijuanaDoctors has worked around the clock to provide inquiring and current patients with the most up-to-date and reliable information. With frequently added updates that are consistently being uploaded to the company's primary domain and Connecticut-specific micro-site, the company has no intention of deflating its influential and beneficial market services and overall share.

"Growing up in Connecticut my entire life, I always dreamed about being a part of the medical marijuana industry once it became legal,” says John Nicolazzo, C.O.O. of and the Medical Cannabis Network. “When I moved to the west coast, I was literally counting the days until I could take all my knowledge about medical cannabis and apply it here locally in my home state of Connecticut. Nothing satisfies me more than knowing our company has helped that many patients try an alternative medicine that can potentially increase the quality of health for an individual.”

Nicolazzo also said, "Recently we were approached by a very large organization to whom is seeking the very first producer license to grow for all Connecticut patients. Due to confidentiality, we cannot release the names of the company or organization involved but what I can tell you, is that they are big, probably one of the biggest players that ever peered into our industry. That being said, we are excited, excited that we can be part of something from the ground up and actually be one of the players creating a market, as opposed to following one."

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