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Earlier this year, MGC Pharmaceuticals, in collaboration with the Slovenian National Institute of Biology (NIB) and the Neurosurgery Department at the University Medical Centre in Ljubljana, Slovenia, announced successful research results for their novel cannabinoid formulation, which has been developed for the treatment of glioblastoma. This article highlights the key…
In this in-depth focus find out about the development of a vaccine regimen to tackle Ebola and how a novel cannabinoid formulation has been developed to treat glioblastoma.
Within this issue find articles on the complexities of sterility assurance, how to detect and eliminate the risk of NDMA contamination and the findings from a study involving a novel formulation of cannabinoids that has been developed to treat glioblastoma. Also included are articles on the opportunities blockchain provides for…
European Pharmaceutical Review spoke with Dr Andy Yates to discuss Artelo Bioscience’s new CBD and TMP cocrystal, with the potential to treat PTSD.
Epidyolex, a cannabidiol oral solution, has been given approval by the FDA to treat seizures associated with tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC).
According to research, the rise in demand for high-quality cannabis will also drive growth in the cannabis testing market, where new technologies are needed to overcome current limitations.
A new study has shown that in children and adolescents with an intellectual disability, cannabidiol (CBD) reduced severe behavioural problems.
GW Pharmaceuticals's Epidyolex (cannabidiol) has been changed from a Schedule 2 drug to a Schedule 5 drug, making it exempt from virtually all controlled drug requirements.
Two companies selling unapproved cannabidiol (CBD) products including for the treatment of opioid addiction, have been handed warning letters from the FDA.
The developers of the novel formulation, containing the cannabinoids CBDV and CBGA, now intend to test the clinical safety and efficacy of its anti-cancer activity.
A study conducted in the US has revealed that the majority of medical marijuana dispensed in the US has THC levels of up to 15 percent.
Researchers have modified a portable Raman spectrometer that can determine the level of THC in cannabis plants, which they say could be used by farmers wishing to grow hemp.
The UK government has changed the restrictions on importing cannabis-based medicine products into the country, allowing wholesalers to bring in larger quantities.
The ever-increasing demand for cannabis-based products requires US state regulators to set guidelines that ensure products are safe for human use. However, as medicinal cannabis moves forward at a rapidly increasing pace, regulations are falling behind. Here, Robert Thomas discusses the many inconsistencies across US states for monitoring levels of…