The Royal College of General Practitioner’s President Dr Bastian Seidel criticised the regulation surrounding medicinal cannabis at a meeting organised by the charity United in Compassion. The meeting attended by a coalition of doctors, lawyers and researchers gathered to discuss how to support easier access to medicinal cannabis in Australia.
Speaking at the meeting Dr Seidel acknowledged the importance of the learning phase for both the profession and regulators in order to to get the introduction right and was optimistic for a nationally consistent regulatory framework, but commented that “what we have now is a basket case.”
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