The Danish government has agreed to distribute 857 milliion kroner ($145 million) to a wide variety of research projects, with money being earmarked for studying the benefits of medical cannabis for the first time in the nation’s history. “A minimum of 35 million kroner [$5.9 million, ed.] will be allotted for health, quality of life …
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