Cannabis-based medicines to help epilepsy and MS cleared for NHS use for first time squib

TWO cannabis-based medicines have been cleared for NHS use for the first time. Epidyolex is recommended for two rare types of epilepsy while the spray Sativex can ease muscle spasms in multiple sclerosis. But regulators say there is not enough evidence to approve cannabis-based drugs for chronic pain. Campaigners have welcomed the go-ahead but said […]
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