The medical education courses developed by AusCann will enhance knowledge of the endocannabinoid system and current state of knowledge of cannabinoid therapeutics. A key component of the AusCann Medical Education Program is our online courses, which are now available to health professionals. Courses are free to registered Australian health professionals.
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|27th Annual Symposium of the International Cannabinoid Research Society, Montreal, Canada, June 22-27, 2017 [Abstracts (8.3MB)]|
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|Koo CM, Kang HC (2017) Could Cannabidiol be a Treatment Option for Intractable Childhood and Adolescent Epilepsy? Journal of Epilepsy Research, 7(1):16-20 Epilepsy|
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