Health Secretary Sajid Javid added: “We want to hear views from far and wide to help us shape this work. Please join us in this effort, so fewer people face the heartache of losing a loved one to this wretched disease.”
The Health Secretary stated earlier this year that the government was “committed to speeding up diagnosis times and providing innovative treatments”.
As a result, after years of stigma and with the recent legalisation, medicinal cannabis could play a role as one of the government’s major armaments against a condition that takes so many lives each year.
Since the legalisation of medicinal cannabis in 2018, medicinal companies have been catching up to provide enough evidence to satisfy the requirements of the MHRA, BNPA, and NICE.