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Cannabis Science & Health

Can Cannabinoids Be Used to Treat Cancer?

When cannabinoids activate signaling pathways in cancer cells they can stimulate a cell death mechanism called apoptosis, unleashing a potent anti-tumor effect.

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FDA Warns Companies Marketing Unproven Cannabis-derived Products

The agency has issued warning letters to four companies illegally selling products online that claim to prevent, diagnose, treat, or cure cancer without evidence to support these outcomes.

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Canada to Invest Further $36.4M in Cannabis Education, Awareness and Surveillance

The funding will be used to inform Canadians of the health and safety risks of cannabis use and drug-impaired driving.

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Could Cannabinoid-based Drugs Provide a Solution to the Global Antibiotic Crisis?

Preliminary studies indicate that cannabinoids can increase the potency and decrease the minimal required therapeutic dosages of antibacterial agents

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Shimadzu, Cure Pharmaceutical and CK Sciences Form a Strategic Alliance for R&D of Pharmaceutical Cannabis Products

This collaborative agreement will focus on researching and developing safer pharmaceutical cannabis-based products and moving these products through clinical trials using FDA guidelines.

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Could Cannabis Be Used to Treat Asthma?

Professor Raphael Mechoulam, a cannabis research pioneer, has just received funding to identify a possible inhibitory effect of a derivative of cannabidiol on allergic airway inflammation.

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Physicians Feel Unprepared to Counsel Patients On Medical Cannabis

38% of resident physicians think medical marijuana is a prescribed substance, while 78% do not know what category medical cannabis falls within the Controlled Substance Act.

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Review Paper Highlights 2 Key Uses for Medical Cannabis in Children

The authors of the research also commented on the need for further research stressing that there is a notable lack of studies and a minimal number of the randomized, controlled trials needed to confirm the effectiveness of any treatment.

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A New Target for Treating Cannabis Use Disorder

New findings suggest that persistent THC exposure may alter the inhibitory function of VTA GABA cells, increasing dopamine levels and the rewarding features of marijuana.

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