Medically prescribed products containing THC have shown value and safety in the management of a number of important clinical conditions, including debilitating chronic pain. Emyria who have seen over 3500 patients upholds evidence-based investigation and pharmacovigilance. Many patients are unfairly prohibited from access to these products by out-of-date driving legislation and testing that is not evidence-based. We need to Drive Change to prohibit driving with impairment, not driving with improvement.
4 Questions That Uncover the Problem With Our Current Drug Driving Laws (& Medicinal Cannabis)
Michael White discusses recent data on medicinal cannabis and its effects on driving.Read more
For Blake, Queensland Drug Driving Laws are Unreasonable
Blake is sharing his experience as part of our “Personal Stories” series, which invites medicinal cannabis patients to share with the community how drug driving laws are impacting their quality of life. If you’d like to share your story, please email us at email@example.com It’s time that medicinal cannabis patients in Queensland are given driving […]Read more