Cannabis clinic owned by drug company denies conflict of interest

The GPs have 'complete independence' over their prescribing, says the clinic manager

A new medical cannabis GP corporate owned by a major manufacturer of cannabis drugs says it has no conflict of interest in prescribing them to patients.

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National Cannabinoid Clinics opened its first practice in Sydney last month with a mission “to advance science to help improve lives”, according to its website.

The clinic accepts self-referred patients who are “suffering from chronic conditions and have tried conventional therapies”, as well as referrals from doctors who want assistance helping their own patients access