Securing cannabis supplies for research purposes is the focus of an information request from the US federal government. They are asking businesses about the ability to analyse, produce, and even distribute cannabis products for research. The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) is probing for businesses that have the “in-house capability to act as a centralized source for acquisition and/or production, analysis, and distribution of cannabis and related materials for research purposes,” according to a federal notice.
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