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- UK medical advisory body deems Epidiolex too expensive to prescribe on the NHS.
- New medical cannabis guidelines pose problems for Israeli patients.
- Slovenian government grants MGC Pharma medical cannabis research licence.
- The Netherlands names ten municipalities set to take part in cannabis trial programme.
- Hemp cultivation licence applications have tripled in Ireland in 2019.
- Prohibition Partners’ Stephen Murphy set to speak at Cannabis Finance Forum London.
Latam & Caribbean
- Jamaican government to open plant-based medicine research centre.
- Medical cannabis programme evaluations to begin in September in Jamaica.
- Trinidad and Tobago Association of Psychologists endorse move to regulate cannabis.
- The number of permits to import medical cannabis surpasses 10,000 mark in Brazil.
- Former mayor plans to build South Island’s first medical cannabis facility in New Zealand.
- Thai authorities to create medical products from seized black-market cannabis.
- First medical cannabis production facility in Australia to begin supplying patients.
- Cannabis education programme for schools in development in Thailand.
- Washington State bans the sale of CBD-infused food and drink.
- Black market offsetting legal cannabis sales in large Canadian cities.
- Albertans are the biggest spenders on cannabis since legalisation.
- US cannabis legalisation is sparking policy changes abroad.
- Prohibition Partners’ Alexandra Curley set to speak at MJBizCon INT’L next week.
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