Positive results from medicinal cannabidiol on children with severe behavioural problems
A media release from the Murdoch Institute outlined positive results of medicinal cannabidiol’s effect on children with severe behavioural problems. This was a pilot study meaning a further study with a larger sample size will take place this year. If successful, this type of medicine could become common place for kids with behavioural issues such as self-harming and screaming in public.
Anneliese Farrer spoke to Associate Professor Daryl Efron for more information on the study.
(Aired 14 July 2020)
Associate Professor Daryl Efron, Murdoch Research Institute
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