26 Jul 2019 | The Conversation
Advances in genetic testing technology have allowed for more genetic mutations to be identified in children with epilepsy
25 Jul 2019 | The Toronto Star
Studies are only just getting off the ground but “cannflavin” (cannabis flavonoids) research is already raising hopes that we might one day have a whole new way to treat pain.
22 Jul 2019 | Australian Journal of Pharmacy
Chronic pain patients tell pharmacists: we don’t want to be treated like addicts. 68% of survey respondents said they would benefit from more education and knowledge on medicinal cannabis.
22 Jul 2019 | In Situ Science, Sydney Science Festival
In Situ Science is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to supporting scientific research, education and public awareness. The Lambert Initiative's Dr Sam Bannister joins a panel of Sydney's best and brightest science communicators for this live podcast event on August 15
21 Jul 2019 | The Sydney Morning Herald
More than a third of survey respondents said they had spoken to their GP about accessing medicinal cannabis to manage their pain, but faced hurdles including a complicated approval process.
20 Jul 2019 | Radio NZ
New Zealand GPs need to prepare themselves for prescribing medical cannabis to patients, a visiting UK expert says.
20 Jul 2019 | The Philadelphia Inquirer
The University of Sciences in Philadelphia announced Tuesday the launch of a Master of Business Administration option for students looking for opportunities in the cannabis industry.
15 Jul 2019 | United in Compassion
Peak medicinal cannabis advocacy body United in Compassion has today launched a re-vamped and more up-to-date website in a drive to be as clear as it can about its work, areas of focus as well as its positions and policies.
14 Jul 2019 | HuffPost Canada
The lack of supply concerns Canadians who rely on the medicine.
14 Jul 2019 | The Jerusalem Post
Courses offered in the program that will commence during the next academic year will focus on the growth and production of medical cannabis, medicine, pharmacology, economics and law.