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Thermo Partners with Canadian Testing Lab Supra THC Services

This agreement is the first of its kind between a Canadian cannabis company and a world leader in Health Science services and sets out to develop a "Centre of Excellence in Plant Based Medicine Analytics".

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Do We Need to Reform International Drug Treaties As More Countries Legalize Cannabis?

The future of drug control treaties is in doubt due to recent treaty-violating decisions to legalize cannabis in several countries.

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Many Medical Students Are Not Trained to Prescribe Medical Marijuana

Despite 29 states legalizing marijuana for medicinal use, few medical students are being trained to prescribe the drug.

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The Future of Legalized Cannabis

The panelists share their opinions on the production of cannabis, the risk of addiction and the medicinal purposes of the plant.

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Zelda Therapeutics Reveals Successful Results Treating Autism with Medical Marijuana

After an observation autism trial in Chile, results revealed successful treatment for autism using medical marijuana extracts.

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American Pain Society Supports Passage of Marijuana Effective Studies Act

The act has been reintroduced to remove regulatory barriers that inhibit researchers from obtaining marijuana plans to conduct studies on medical effectiveness and safety.

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Cannabidiol: A potentially revolutionary treatment for PTSD

Evidence from neurobiological research points to cannabinoids as possible therapeutic agents of interest for PTSD, a condition that over 3.5 million people suffer with in the USA alone.

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Making a Technical Specifications Manual for Cannabis Analysis

With the right partners and preparations, any cannabis company can get professional analysis.

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Researchers Reverse The Negative Effects of Adolescent Marijuana Use

Western University researchers have found a way to use pharmaceuticals to reverse the negative psychiatric effects of THC.

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