Ireland to Legalise Cannabis for Medicinal Purposes

Cannabis is set to be legalised for the treatment of several medical conditions in Ireland.

A new scheme will see the drug used to treat patients with epilepsy, intractable nausea and other illnesses. Running for five years, it will be monitored by health service experts.

A report by Ireland’s Health Products Regulatory Authority (HPRA) warned of the lack of evidence over Cannabis’ effectiveness and safety,

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