On January 17th, Tulsa Oklahoma was the host city to one of the nation's premier research conferences on cannabis medicine research.
The Warren Foundation sponsored the event as a contribution to the state of Oklahoma and for the furtherance of medical discovery.
The event had two key presenters who shared their latest data from studies so recent that the full reports have not yet been published.
Their clear results already dispel some long held myths about the impact of the medicines on neurological process and lifestyle tendencies.
Dr. Gerard Clancy, president of the University of Tulsa was both a host and speaker. His campus fine arts auditorium was the venue for the day-long conference.
Laureate Institute for Brain Research is a Tulsa based research facility which takes a lead in bringing clinical studies to the people of Oklahoma, so we can be a part of testing new treatments for neurological and behavioral innovations.
The conference was published to Youtube by LIBR, and their notes are as follows...
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