November 14, 2018

Breast cancer is the second most common cancer in women; one in ten will be affected by it at some point. There are a variety of highly successful chemical, radiological, and surgical treatment options. But they’re not particularly pleasant. Moreover, some tumors are resistant and prone to relapse.     Ideally, we would find an […]

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Researchers have studied Pew Research Center cannabis survey data in an effort to understand why women are less likely than men to support cannabis reforms, Marijuana Moment reports. The study, published in the Social Science Quarterly journal, found some possible explanations. It is unusual that women, who are largely more liberal than men, are on the […]

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Israeli startup Gynica will research and develop its cannabis-based treatment at the newly licensed Lumir Lab on the Hebrew University campus Gynica, an Israeli startup specializing in cannabis-based solutions in the field of women’s health, is the first company that will carry out research and development at the newly licensed Lumir Lab established on the […]

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The Université de Moncton, in partnership with the Government of Canada, Genome Atlantic, Genome Canada, New Brunswick Innovation Foundation (NBIF) and Organigram Holdings Inc., recently announced the creation of an institutional research project focused on cannabis at the Université de Moncton.     Supplying cannabis and cannabis products to a legalized adult use recreational market […]

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Recent research sheds new light on the effects of cannabis on the brain. It reveals a complex pattern of potential harms and benefits that varies with age and disease. New research uncovers novel ways in which marijuana affects the developing brain. The findings came from a number of studies that featured at the 2018 annual […]

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