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Trade unionist Helen Kelly says she's frustrated the Ministry of Health has turned down her application to use medical cannabis.
Helen Kelly was the President of the Council of Trade Unions when she was diagnosed with terminal cancer. She is now focused on cannabis law reform and the issue of assisted dying. Video, Audio
New Zealand could piggyback on Australian research into medicinal cannabis, but Peter Dunne is warning Kiwis not to get their hopes up.
New Zealand could piggy back off Australian research into wider use of medicinal cannabis, but the Minister responsible is cautioning people against getting their hopes up. Audio
The Drug Foundation believes the government could piggyback off the Australian government's work in what it is doing with medicinal cannabis.
Associate Minister of Health Peter Dunne says the provisions in place for medicinal cannabis are not likely to change. Audio
Could mob rule replace logical decision making as the medicinal cannabis debate heats up? The Associate Minister of Health Peter Dunne joins Morning Report. Audio
Helen Kelly, the Council of Trade Unions president, says she will ask the Government to improve access to medicinal cannabis. Audio
The Drug Foundation says doctors are scared of medicinal cannabis and aren't keeping up with the science on its benefits for some patients. Audio