Solstice Special *Cannabis Europa, 2019* @ TheHempClub.co.uk
Explore the State of the European Medical Cannabis Industry at Cannabis Europa 2019 English After a year of rapid change, leaders will gather in London to discuss what lies ahead for the medical cannabis industry in Europe
On 24th-25th of June 2019, South Bank Centre: The leaders of the medical cannabis industry will gather in the heart of the city at London’s world class cultural hub, the Southbank Centre. This two-day event will explore the latest developments in the UK market and the professionalisation of the industry across the European continent.
ICCI’s Director of Innovations, Steph Sherer, will be speaking at Cannabis Europa London, which will explore how the standardisation of processes and practices, and the education of healthcare professionals will be key to ensuring the development of a sustainable medical cannabis framework across Europe.
Cannabis Europa is excited to announce EMMAC Life Sciences as a Silver Partner for our London conference this June at the Southbank Centre. Life Sciences is an independent European medical cannabis company, combining the latest science and research with cutting-edge cultivation, extraction and production. Spearheading Relief for UK Patients
London’s first private clinic promising faster access to medical cannabis is to open in Harley Street.Its backers say it will offer a “lifeline” to patients suffering chronic pain or neurological conditions who are unable to access cannabis-derived medicines on the NHS.
There is “very strong support” on the Isle of Man for allowing cannabis to be grown for medicinal use, a public consultation confirmed. Ninety-five per cent of respondents were in favour of cultivating and processing the plant for medicinal purposes, provided it was regulated.
A Labour MP asked the prime minister why families were still waiting for medical cannabis to treat children with severe epilepsy. Tonia Antoniazzi reminded the prime minister she promised the family of Alfie Dingley, to sort out access to the drug after he was given a licence for it one year ago.
An Australian company has held talks with a local authority about building the first legal cannabis farm in Scotland, the Herald on Sunday can reveal. LeafCann, which was recently granted a license to manufacture medicinal cannabis, has been in discussions with North Ayrshire council about identifying potential sites in Irvine.
A family who were refused reimbursement by the HSE for medical cannabis for their five-year-old daughter have been forced to sell their home, the Dáil has heard. People Before Profit TD Gino Kenny said it was outrageous what was happening to people trying to access medicinal cannabis as he highlighted the case of a Co Sligo family.
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