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MGC cranks up medical cannabis orders

MGC Pharmaceuticals has received a 50% increase in medical cannabis orders from repeat and new prescriptions

Tilray expands medical cannabis product offering in Australia to include whole flower

Tilray’s new product offering now includes both whole flower and oral solutions in cannabidiol (CBD)-dominant, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)-dominant and balanced varieties

Wellness and fashion set to ride high on legal cannabis

Beauty and fashion brands are hitching a ride on the skyrocketing cannabis bandwagon – an industry that is predicted to be worth $63 billion within five years

Applied Cannabis Research and Cannabis Access Clinics approved to commence landmark PTSD

Applied Cannabis Research is pleased to advise that it has received ethics approval to undertake a study of medicinal cannabis

Medlab enters new deal to distribute cannabis spray for cancer pain

Australian cannabis company Medlab has entered its second partnership in three months for distributing its cannabis-based spray NanaBis, after securing a heads of agreement with Thai pharmaceutical group Mega Lifesciences

AusBiotech industry position survey

Medicinal cannabis bursts onto the scene

Medicinal cannabis scheme in Canberra failing to find enough doctors willing to prescribe drug

Kerrie-Ann Trembath Forster has lived with agonising chronic pain for the best part of a decade, and despite medicinal cannabis being legal in Canberra, she sometimes has to turn to street drugs to relieve her suffering

Medicinal cannabis: The fight to give Australian patients access to the treatment

It's the new documentary lifting the lid on the medical cannabis debate

'Some are alarmed my 12yo is in a medical cannabis trial. But life is difficult enough.'

We celebrate when my 12-year-old daughter Rebecca puts her school uniform on without refusing, when she doesn’t swear at her teachers or peers, and doesn’t lift up her dress to seek attention

Labor has a medical cannabis policy now, but they're not too keen on flaunting it

On Wednesday, Labor‘s shadow minister for health Catherine King responded to years of questions from medicinal cannabis activists and patients about the party’s plan for medical cannabis…but you might have missed it