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Medicinal cannabis in France – a work in progress

Medicinal cannabis in France – a work in progress

Discover how France has taken its first steps towards the legalisation of medicinal cannabis, are we seeing a shift in the French cannabis market? In...
What do you know about the world of forced organ harvesting?

What do you know about the world of forced organ harvesting?

The second public hearings of the Independent Tribunal into forced organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience in China (China Tribunal) is taking place in...
Introducing the launch of the sleep disturbances and dementia research unit

Introducing the launch of the sleep disturbances and dementia research unit

Scientists at the University of East Anglia, UK, will investigate the link between sleep disturbances and dementia research at a new state-of-the-art sleep unit. Sleep...
The battle to improve access to medical cannabis in the UK

The battle to improve access to medical cannabis in the UK

Mother of Alfie Dingley joins ECH, the group of companies behind the launch of the UK’s first medical cannabis clinic, with the goal to...

Bringing unique medicinal cannabis products to global markets

Discover the evolution of cannabis as Khiron Life Sciences brings its unique medicinal cannabis products to the Latin American, US and global markets. Khiron Life...
What do you know about congenital heart defects and later-life illness?

What do you know about congenital heart defects and later-life illness?

Health Europa presents recent research into the long-term effects of congenital heart defects on both infants and their mothers. Congenital heart defects – which include...
Australia building the evidence base on medical cannabinoids

Australia building the evidence base on medical cannabinoids

What do you know about Australia’s first federally funded research centre regarding medical cannabinoids? Professor Jennifer Martin introduces Health Europa to the Australia Centre for...
The SCUBY project and the world of hypertension

The SCUBY project and the world of hypertension

Discover the SCUBY project, the mission of scaling up integrated care for diabetes and hypertension in Cambodia, Slovenia and Belgium. The University of Antwerp’s Josefien...
Is there a milestone in the treatment of men’s disease with tissue engineering?

Is there a milestone in the treatment of men’s disease with tissue engineering?

About 1% of the male population suffers from strictures of the urethra, discover the breakthrough in tissue engineering with MukoCell. Utilising tissue engineering, the product...
Learn about the missing ingredient in medicinal cannabis acceptance

Learn about the missing ingredient in medicinal cannabis acceptance

MediHuanna founder and chief medical officer Dr Teresa Towpik, discusses the importance of developing the education of professionals regarding medicinal cannabis. Towpik highlights MediHuanna’s work...
A new innovation for gene editing may improve disease treatment

A new innovation for gene editing may improve disease treatment

Purdue University, USA, have developed a new technology that could change how gene editing is approached and even improve disease treatment for the future. Gene...
Acute flaccid myelitis and sudden muscle paralysis

Acute flaccid myelitis and sudden muscle paralysis

Investigators call for more accelerated research regarding acute flaccid myelitis (AFM), as the condition is associated with infections that can cause sudden muscle paralysis. Acute...

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