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Medicinal cannabis bursts onto the scene

FDA pushes CBD manufacturers for more evidence at hearing

Food and Drug Administration regulators grill manufacturers and advocates for evidence that CBD actually does anything beneficial

73% of U.S. Oncologists see benefit of medical cannabis but only 46% are comfortable recommending it

Survey respondents included 48 specialized oncologists, 47 physicians, 53 registered nurses, 17 pharmacists, and 7 "other" oncology providers

'We thought Billy had won his medicinal cannabis battle – but now the NHS won't let him have it'

Charlotte and Billy Caldwell’s quaint white-and-red cottage in the countryside near Castlederg, County Tyrone, has a surprising name.

Asia emerging as new frontier for Canadian cannabis players

As cannabis companies eye expansion in European and South American markets, Asia is poised to be a new frontier for some major Canadian cannabis players

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

Companies team up for joint venture to turn UK into medicinal cannabis hub of Europe

A privatel company that invests in the cannabis industry has formed a joint venture with a pharmacy wholesaler, turning the UK into a gateway for supply to the rest of Europe

France to launch medical cannabis experiment in coming weeks

As a nearly unanimous French Senate gave medical cannabis the green light on May 28, France will start experimenting the use of medical cannabis for “about two years”, pending the approval of the health ministry

Medical cannabis in Germany - the results so far

Interim analysis of the survey accompanying insurance-covered prescriptions of cannabis-based medicines in Germany

Cannabis plants budding success for medicinal market in top-secret Tasmanian greenhouse

It's the greenhouse that will make you green with envy but only a select few will be able to visit the Tasmanian Botanics processing facility — for security reasons