While Europe trails behind countries like the US in medicinal cannabis adoption, it’s uniquely positioned to revolutionise its research and development. The complexity of cannabis, with its myriad of cannabinoids, challenges the traditional drug development approach. However, Europe’s strong biomedical collaboration history and its utilisation of real-world data, like the UK’s Medical Cannabis Registry, can streamline this process. Despite global research lagging due to past restrictions, increased funding and inter-company collaborations hint at a bright future for Europe in advancing cannabis-based medicine and ensuring broader patient access.
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