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Australia's Medical Marijuana Company Phytotech Dreams Big In Upcoming IPO

Sun Dec 07, 2014 9:14 am by Admin

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Investors may be flocking to Australia's first initial …

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Legalising medical cannabis: lessons from Canada’s policies

Sat Nov 29, 2014 11:39 am by Admin

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A bill to permit medical cannabis use in Australia is set for …

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Florida medical marijuana supporters will try again on 2016 ballot

Fri Nov 28, 2014 7:42 pm by Admin

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The group that put medical marijuana on the Florida ballot this year — and fell just short of …

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Medical marijuana: Tasmania rejects call for immediate decriminalisation

Thu Nov 20, 2014 11:59 pm by Admin

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The Tasmanian government has rejected the recommendation of an …

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SANCWG and iCannabis to lodge complaint with Human Rights Commission

Thu Nov 20, 2014 11:45 pm by Admin

The South African National Cannabis Working Group and iCannabis are in the process of lodging a complaint with the South African Human Rights Commission regarding the availability of medical cannabis …

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    The South African National Cannabis Working Group and iCannabis are in the process of lodging a complaint with the South African Human Rights Commission regarding the availability of medical cannabis in South Africa.

    Patients are not receiving adequate access to medical cannabis, contrary to the statements made by the Medicines Control Council, Department of Health, Central Drug Authority and various politicians.

    We believe patients are entitled to access medical cannabis as a treatment option for various illnesses and conditions. Patient autonomy and informed consent should...

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    Investors may be flocking to Australia's first initial public offering in a medical marijuana company. Founder and executive director Ross Smith has high hopes for his Perth-based company, Phytotech, as it dreams of becoming the "George Clooney of medicinal cannabis."

    According to Reuters, Phytotech is seeking to raise AU$5 million when it will be listed in the Australian Securities Exchange on Dec 22. Smith is already...

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    A bill to permit medical cannabis use in Australia is set for debate in Senate. If medical cannabis use is legalised, doctors could become gatekeepers between patients and a controversial drug.

    Lessons from Canada – one of the first countries in the world to allow medical cannabis – can help Australian doctors prepare for treating people who want to use cannabis.

    The Canadian system

    In 2001, the federal...

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    The group that put medical marijuana on the Florida ballot this year — and fell just short of passing it — intends to launch a new constitutional amendment campaign shortly.

    "We are swiftly mobilizing a new petition push to get medical marijuana" on the next general election ballot, United for Care director Ben Pollara told supporters this week in a fundraising announcement.

    A constitutional amendment would not be necessary if the Legislature approves...

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    The Tasmanian government has rejected the recommendation of an interim parliamentary report calling for the immediate decriminalisation of medicinal cannabis.

    A joint upper house committee report tabled on Thursday said state laws should be changed on compassionate grounds so users with a legitimate medical need were not prosecuted.

    The health minister, Michael Ferguson, said Tasmania would continue to work with other...

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