“What drugs should be legalised in your opinion?” “Now, it’s up to governments, depending on their cultural, historical, societal context to sort of go for one or the other drugs. I think the obvious first candidates would be cannabis,” says Michel Kazatchkine, one of the keynote speakers at the conference, world’s leading multilateral financier of programs for the three diseases and one of the major financiers of health systems strengthening.Read more
International Medical Conference on Cannabis and Cannabinoids is another step towards lege artis use of, and safe access to, medical cannabis. The main aim of the conference is to bring the latest information and best practices on the introduction of medical cannabis into modern evidence-based medicine and to help to establish the use of medical cannabis as a standard medical procedure. To achieve its aim, the Prague conference on medical cannabis and cannabinoids is designed as an open forum for scientists and other experts, for practitioners in the field such as medical doctors, pharmacists, medical nurses and other paramedical staff, for patient activists, for decision makers and businesspersons, for the general public – and, last but not least, for the media.