Alabama senators took only about 15 minutes this afternoon to pass a bill to regulate the production, sales and use of medical marijuana.
Medical marijuana — also referred to as medical cannabis — has enjoyed a boom in recent years.
A free educational program to help doctors and other healthcare professionals more effectively consult with patients considering the use of medical marijuana can now be found online for easy access, including by the general public.
Recent studies show that EMV-inhibiting agents can sensitize cancer cells to chemotherapeutic agents and reduce cancer growth in vivo.
South Dakota’s medical cannabis program will not be implemented until next year, Gov. Kristi Noem said Wednesday.
As of December 2020, more than a half million patients and caregivers are registered, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Health.
The study, published in the European Journal of Internal Medicine, is the first of its kind to focus on the effect of cannabis on blood pressure, heart rate and metabolic parameters in adults 60 and above with hypertension.
Senate Bill 46, called the Compassion Act, was proposed by Republican State Sen. Tim Melson of Florence. It passed by a vote of 8-3. The bill will now go to the senate floor.
France has moved forward with its first medical marijuana experiment after identifying the companies that will supply products to 3,000 patients for two years, starting in March.