Medical Marijuana Company Gives $1M to UBC HIV Researcher

A UBC researcher is getting $1 million dollars from a medical marijuana company to fund research into pot’s potential to treat HIV/AIDS and alleviate pain and nausea in patients.

M.J. Milloy, an infectious disease researcher at UBC, published a study earlier this year how daily marijuana use can help HIV positive people.

The donation comes from National Green Biomed, a Richmond, B.C., company co-founded by former Liberal MP Herb Dhaliwal.

– Read the entire article at CBC News.

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