August 21, 2018
Sydney businessman Barry Lambert doesn't apologise for ignoring the law.
The 72-year-old decided to embark on a path of no return when his granddaughter Katelyn, now seven, began having seizures.
She was just five months old and was soon diagnosed with Dr...
August 15, 2018
A survey has looked into how Australians use illicit cannabis to treat health conditions
Australians who use illicit cannabis for medical reasons do so mainly to treat mental health issues, chronic pain, and sleep problems.
An anonymous online survey of 1748 participants...
A small but significant group had a notable reduction in their seizures, Australian study shows
Almost all of the first 40 children given cannabidiol for severe epilepsy in Australia had an adverse event within three months — although most were mild and unrelated to the...
August 14, 2018
"It's the same problems, again and again."
Lindsay Carter, the first young Queenslander to be granted legal access to schedule 9 medicinal cannabis in 2016, was discharged from palliative care on Monday.
Recently back from a medicine-sourcing trip to Canada,...
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Australians use illicit cannabis to treat chronic pain, mental health, sleep and neurological conditions.
A survey of 1,744 finds the users report cannabis use effective in helping them manage health conditions.
However, side eff...