Drug development: The treasure chest

@article{Owens2015DrugDT,
  title={Drug development: The treasure chest},
  author={Brian Owens},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2015},
  volume={525},
  pages={S6-S8}
}
T he annual meeting of the International Cannabinoid Research Society (ICRS) is a highly unusual scientific conference. It has been closed to all media since its inception 25 years ago, lending an air of mystery to the gathering of researchers who study the unique chemicals found in cannabis. In a relaxation of the organization's long-standing policy, ICRS permitted Nature reporters to attend this year's conference, which was hosted by Acadia University in the tiny Canadian town of Wolfville… CONTINUE READING

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The status of cannabis as an illegal substance makes it difficult for some people to take it seriously , " concedes Mark Ware , a pain specialist at McGill University in Montreal , Canada , who focuses on the analgesic properties of cannabis .
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The status of cannabis as an illegal substance makes it difficult for some people to take it seriously , " concedes Mark Ware , a pain specialist at McGill University in Montreal , Canada , who focuses on the analgesic properties of cannabis .
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The status of cannabis as an illegal substance makes it difficult for some people to take it seriously , " concedes Mark Ware , a pain specialist at McGill University in Montreal , Canada , who focuses on the analgesic properties of cannabis .
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The status of cannabis as an illegal substance makes it difficult for some people to take it seriously , " concedes Mark Ware , a pain specialist at McGill University in Montreal , Canada , who focuses on the analgesic properties of cannabis .
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