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Comfortably numb – why some older people turn to cannabis for pain relief - The Conversation UK


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Comfortably numb – why some older people turn to cannabis for pain relief
The Conversation UK
When most people think of cannabis users, they probably think mainly of the younger generations. But it's actually the 45 to 64 age group who show the highest proportion of household spending on cannabis. Recent figures on cannabis use in Canada found ...
Sun Life To Offer Medical Cannabis Coverage To Canadians In Group Benefits PlansPotNetwork (blog)
Sun Life to add medical cannabis coverage to its group benefits plansVerdict

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Doctors warn against rush to prescribe medicinal cannabis - The Guardian


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Doctors warn against rush to prescribe medicinal cannabis
The Guardian
The doctors want stronger, more streamlined guidelines for medical cannabis use. Photograph: Saeed Khan/AFP/Getty Images. Doctors have been warned against rushing to prescribe medical cannabis despite Australians' acceptance of its use. To date, the ...
Doctors warn on rush to prescribe cannabisCosmos
Doctors not convinced on medical cannabisSBS
Experts warn about effects of medicinal cannabisThe Australian
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The Cannabis Industry Made $1.2 Billion in January - Complex


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The Cannabis Industry Made $1.2 Billion in January
Complex
The cannabis industry registered $1.23 billion in investments for January, according to Viridian Cannabis Deal Tracker. The total represents an almost 600 percent growth from the $178 million in the first five weeks of 2017. While it's no secret that ...
The Cannabis Industry Racked Up $1.2 Billion in JanuaryHotNewHipHop
Investing In Marijuana: Cannabis Industry Gets $1.2B In January, Matching Deals For All Of 2016Benzinga

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Boy with rare form of epilepsy denied cannabis oil treatment - The Guardian


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Boy with rare form of epilepsy denied cannabis oil treatment
The Guardian
Alfie Dingley with his mother, Hannah Deacon: 'He's just a six-year-old boy, he deserves a happy life.' Photograph: Maggie Deacon/PA. The government has refused to issue a licence for a six-year-old boy with a rare form of epilepsy to be treated with ...
7 Home Office denies medical cannabis pleas for boy age six - BBCBBC News
Government refuses medical cannabis to six-year-old epileptic boy who had 3000 seizures in a yearThe Independent
Government rules out granting medical cannabis licence to boy, 6, with 'death sentence' epilepsy conditionTelegraph.co.uk
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MPs call for boy with epilepsy to be given medical cannabis licence - BBC News


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MPs call for boy with epilepsy to be given medical cannabis licence
BBC News
MPs have called on the Home Office to issue a medical cannabis licence to a boy whose rare form of epilepsy improves after taking the drug. Six-year-old Alfie Dingley, from Kenilworth in Warwickshire, suffers up to 30 violent seizures a day. His ...
Mother urges the NHS to give her six-year-old son cannabis to stop him having up to 30 epileptic fits a dayDaily Mail

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