The Irishman, a show on RTÉ, spoke to the man behind one of the most famous medical episodes in the history of Ireland, Dr. John Walsh.
Dr. Walsh was the leader of the anti-drug movement in the late 1800s and early 1900s, and is widely considered to have played a key role in developing the modern Irish drug policy.
He was a doctor who had to deal with an Irish society where it was socially acceptable to take drugs, as well as a society that was more accepting of them.
Dr Walsh was a pioneer in developing new therapies that had been discovered in the 18th century, including chloroform, and he was an advocate of medicinal cannabis.
He also used the cannabis plant to treat the condition of post-traumatic stress disorder, which is associated with trauma.
In his interview, Dr Walsh talked about how he believed drugs should be used only in limited situations and that people should be allowed to use them responsibly.
He told The Irish Times that the medical establishment in the early 1900, before modernisation, was not fully informed about the risks and potential benefits of drugs.
Dr Kelly said the Irish government is making an effort to make drugs available in limited circumstances, and the drug laws are based on a “common sense approach”.
He said that he believed the law needs to be changed, but he added that the Irish people have a right to know the facts of what is being used and the risks.
Dr Brian Kelly, a professor of psychiatry at the University of St Andrews, said that the government needs to ensure that drug users are aware of the risks, and are given a full assessment before making any decisions.
He said the problem of abuse is one that has existed for centuries, and people have to be aware of it.
Dr Terry Kelly, of the Royal Irish Academy of Medical Sciences, said there is still a long way to go, but that the use of medicinal marijuana is something that we need to talk about, and it has a positive effect.
Dr Jim Kelly, chief executive of the Irish Medical Association, said the government is now listening to the views of people who are using medicinal cannabis, but said that there are risks involved.
Dr Jay Kelly, an associate professor of paediatrics at the Royal College of Psychiatrists, said this type of medical cannabis could be used as a treatment for conditions like depression, anxiety and PTSD, but only if the patient is comfortable using it.
He also said that patients with conditions like PTSD should not be given drugs that are not appropriate for them.