An Israeli company will partner with an Australian one to help boost clinical education opportunities around medical cannabis. 

The two companies, iCAN: Israel-Cannabis and Melbourne-based LeafCann have announced a joint-venture to collaborate on a range of initiatives including medicinal cannabis research, product development, and education.

The venture will be called iCAN: Australia, and, according to LeafCann Group CEO Jaroslav Boublik, the companies will “develop global clinical education initiatives to bridge the gap between public demand and practitioner education.”

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Joe Wilson ~ Leafly.com via 420Intel.com

 

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