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    Breaking the cannabis code: Integrating medical cannabis into mainstream practise

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    BuddingTech together with YBF Ventures are hosting a Seedlings panel discussion

    Join us for an interactive discussion on how medical cannabis is currently being integrated, advised and what the future holds.

    We have invited experts and thought leaders in the local medical cannabis ecosystem to discuss how we can escalate the integration of medical cannabis into current mainstream practise.

     

    Our panel will provide their thoughts on:

    • How is medical cannabis being integrated and prescribed currently?
    • What are the limiting factors in the cannabis ecosystem and mainstream medicine; how do we overcome them?
    • How will the healthcare sector incorporate new systems to integrate medical cannabis?
    • As policy and research evolves, what does the future hold?

     

    Panelists
    Fiona Patten - Leader of the Reason Party
    Prof. Ian Brighthope - Brighthope Health Ltd
    Berne Gibbons - Vitro Software
    Mattijs Smith - Canaccord
    Matt Hayward - HL Pharma

    *Door Prize!*
    Win a ticket to CannaTech!
    CannaTech showcases leading thinkers and influencers from the across the globe and presents the most relevant conversations industry wide. Focusing on science, research, finance, medicine, tech, agriculture, innovation and government policy. 
    Sydney 29-30th October

     

    Come join the conversation and connect with other individuals in our growing industry.

     

    What is Seedlings?

    Seedlings events are a platform for information to be shared, ideas to be explored and connections to be created. Designed as a platform to raise awareness and share opportunities presented by medical cannabis in Australia.

     

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