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Brazil’s new medical cannabis rules reject domestic cultivation, potentially setting up large import market

December 04, 2019

Brazilian health authorities rejected domestic cultivation of medical marijuana but agreed to permit the distribution of medicinal cannabis products that have not completed clinical trials, potentially setting up one of the largest import markets in the world. The new rules, adopted Tuesday, allow bulk imports and sales in pharmacies for the first time. Tuesday’s decision – involving

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