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As my first week representing VIVA! Communications, Australia as part of the GLOBALHealthPR Professional Exchange Program at Spectrum in Washington D.C. draws to a close, my head is spinning with all of the health PR-related information I’ve recently gleaned.
Recent changes to medicinal marijuana laws and regulations globally have expanded opportunities for medical research and patient care.
These actions are part of a broader global movement of governments and advocates to recognise the potential medicinal benefits of marijuana, which has long been considered solely a harmful recreational drug. These purported medical benefits include aiding in the treatment of epilepsy, PTSD, chronic pain and more.
Here we present three examples of GLOBALHealthPR member countries – Australia, Canada and the United States – that are tackling the legislative issues surrounding the use of medical marijuana.
Given the current national mood that led to the spectacular victory of Mr. Narendra Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), it would only be fair to say that India, and its citizens, want greater equity, quality, transparency, and choice. That is as true of their healthcare needs as it is of everything else.
Today's post comes to us thanks to PR Partners, our GLOBALHealthPR partner in Mexico. The global pharmaceutical industry is experiencing important changes. Among them, the loss of patents to major blockbusters, the arrival of biosimilars and, more importantly, a new...
Hallo! Allow me to first introduce myself. My name is Nicola, and I work at fischerAppelt, Spectrum's partner PR agency in Germany. Currently, I'm in Washington as part of GLOBALHealthPR's ongoing exchange program among its partners. Last Friday, I attended a meeting...