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Medical Cannabis For Health Professionals 3.0 Seminar.



Many Doctors are already prescribing Medical Cannabis.




Australia Legalised Medical Cannabis in 2016.

Medical Cannabis was legalised 3 years ago, so why are so few Doctors prescribing it?

There's now well over 5,000 patients around Australia on various brands and potencies.
Some of the patients are children with treatment-resistant conditions that only seem to be helped by Medical Cannabis.
But some Doctors are resisting prescribing.

Find out more at a seminar in your Capital City during March.

10 Conditions Treatable with Medical Cannabis
  • Chronic Pain - Alleviates chronic pain by 30%
  • Arthritis - Helps with joint pain and inflammation as well as insomnia
  • Crohn's Disease - Eases pain and promotes weight gain
  • AIDS/HIV - Increases appetite, ability to sleep and improves mood
  • Asthma - Dialates airways and reduces excercise induced asthma
  • Multiple Sclerosis - Prevents muscle spasms, pain, tremors and stiffness
  • Cancer - THC improves impact of radiation
  • Epilepsy - Reduces seizure frequency by up to 50%
  • Alzheimer's - Promotes weight gain, lessens agitated behaviour and slows progress of protein deposits in the brain
  • Glaucoma - Lowers eye pressure and blood pressure, and THC can preserve the nerve
Seminars may qualify for CE/CPD points.

The global legal cannabis market is expected to grow to over USD$20 Billion by 2020.
Come and learn about the latest trends and scientific research in this exciting new field from a range of experts.

Medical Cannabis Seminars are being held around Australia in March.
  • Monday, March 11 - 6:30pm - Brisbane
  • Tuesday, March 12 - 6:30pm - Melbourne
  • Wednesday, March 13 - 6:30pm - Sydney
  • Thursday, March 14 - 6:30pm - Perth
Tickets are limited due to Theatre occupancy requirements.

Early Bird Tickets $25.

For tickets and more information go to:
www.mcra.org.au/learn/


For media inquires contact:
Sharlene Mavor
Director
Medical Scientists
Medical Cannabis Research Australia
​sharlene@mcra.org.au