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16 March 2017

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Oxford University launches £10m research project into medical marijuana

SOURCE: EVENING STANDARD

Scientists are to carry out a £10 million research project into the effects of medical cannabis.

A new global centre of excellence is to be set up at Oxford University to study the drug, which can be used to treat pain, cancer and inflammatory diseases.

Support for using medical marijuana has been well publicised in recent years, with some MPs calling for its legalisation. 

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