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Date:10/12/2010

ions to meet this need not only on the dispensary level, but also with respect pursuing FDA approval. Cancer drugs tend to be hugely expensive, so it is a multibillion-dollar market, but is not clear how the current market size could be extrapolated into any valuation of cannabis products, which would cost far less.

Influenza- Several cannabinoids have been shown to possess anti-inflammatory properties that could be beneficial in a variety of disease states, including many pro-inflammatory influenza strains such as the avian flu (H1N5). The secondary effects of influenza infection in susceptible populations can be the cause of eventual death from inflammation-induced Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS). In fact, several peer-reviewed publications have focused on the modulation of pulmonary inflammation by cannabinoids in numerous organs after mice were inoculated with highly inflammatory influenza strains (Buchweitz et al 2007).  Bringing a drug to market that safely and effectively mitigates these inflammatory consequences could drastically reduce the annual death rates associated with influenza. Cannabis Science is researching possible formulations to achieve this goal in humans.

Asthma- Affecting nearly 300 million people worldwide, its incidence has been on the rise.  Historically, cannabis was routinely used for treating asthma. Its bronchial dilating properties are well documented. Modern medical marijuana users have rediscovered its effectiveness for treating this illness.  Cannabis Science is currently in the early stage of development with cannabis-based based products to address this need.  Local observational trials in Colorado will further guide product development in the near future. Lead Discovery of the UK estimates that the "asthma treatment market is a $15 billion market, driven by an increasing prevalence and yet without a treatment to cure this debilitating disease."

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