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May 2018, the Cannabis Science team participated in the 2018 Global Health Catalyst Summit held at Harvard Medical School in Boston, MA. The Global Health Catalyst (GHC) summit at Harvard, is a premier yearly event designed to catalyze high impact international collaborations to eliminate global health disparities, with main focus on cancer and related diseases. During this summit Mr. Raymond C. Dabney, the Company’s President, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), and Co-founder was named the recipient of the esteemed 2018 Harvard Global Health Catalyst (GHC) Industry Leader Award and was the keynote speaker during the Phytomedicines Session.
The theme of the Phytomedicines Session was From Farm to Bedside: Advancing Clinical Translation of Medical Cannabis and Other Phytomedicines for Global Health. Mr. Dabney discussed the development of effective cannabinoids and the creation of the Cannabis Science Global Consortium, a research and development framework and platform to cooperate and collaborate with stakeholders worldwide.
Cannabis Science’s Chief Medical Officer (CMO), Dr. Allen Herman, moderated the Phytomedicines Session and also presented on the role of cannabinoids in reducing the pain therapeutic divide between developed and developing countries, and CBIS’ research and development plan.
Pan African Ambassador for Food Security and member of the Cannabis Science Scientific Advisory Board, Dr. Brylyne Chitsunge, discussed opportunities to cultivate, extract, manufacture, package, and distribute cannabinoids in Sub-Saharan Africa along with the task of educating the rest of the continent through actions and success. The Ambassador’s main take away for the audience was the emphasis of the importance of micro-nutrition and food security within the overall approach to improve healthcare outcomes throughout all of Africa.
GHC Europe 2018
Cannabis Science participated in the Europe Global Health Catalyst (GHC) Summit and Summer Workshop in Germany, organized by at the University of Heidelberg and Harvard Medical School’s Global Health Catalyst. CBIS’ Scientific Advisory Board Member and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Elpasso Farms in South Africa, Dr. Brylyne Chitsunge, was invited to deliver a keynote address on engaging the African Diaspora, phytomedicines in global health, and closing the cancer pain divide. This two-day event held August 30th and 31st, is a pre-summit to the annual GHC Summit at Harvard Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts, and was attended by government officials, private-sector leaders, and researchers from Europe, the United States, and throughout Africa.
As keynote speaker, Dr. Chitsunge also discussed Elpasso Farms’ and Cannabis Science’s initiatives in Africa in the areas of food security, collaborations, and economic development. The economic development initiatives presented include education, drug development, and job creation.
Cannabis Science and Elpasso Farms have recently entered into an agreement to develop a phytomedicines initiative in South Africa. This partnership will include establishing research, development, cultivation, testing, manufacturing, and production facilities. Additionally, CBIS and Elpasso intend to establish the Pan-African Agriculture and Commerce University (PAACU), which will serve as a platform for research, drug development, education, and training throughout Africa.
Additionally, Cannabis Science, Elpasso Farms, and Harvard Medical School’s GHC recently announced the signing of a historic collaboration agreement to develop initiatives throughout
April 2017, the Cannabis Science team participated in the 2017 Global Health Catalyst Summit held at Harvard Medical School in Boston, MA. Mr. Dabney was the keynote speaker and panelist for a special session on “Cannabis Science Versus Cancer and Other Malignancies”.
Mr. Dabney discussed how cannabinoids can be used to treat cancer and other diseases, manage the side effects of cancer treatment like radiotherapy and chemotherapy, and potential applications of medical cannabis in global health to close the global pain divide; Cannabis Science’s vision for the global health and development impact of cannabinoid-based medicines; and the need for greater public education on the importance of medical cannabis research.
Additionally, Mr. Dabney presented summit participants with an overview of the company's drug development program, as well as with an update on Cannabis Science's Collaborative Research Agreement (CRA) with Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (Dana-Farber). Dr. Allen Herman, Chief Medical Officer (CMO) of CBIS, Inc. Co-Chaired this session and participated in the discussion on the epidemiology of cancer and the utilization of opioids in Africa, which reflects the pain divide. Mr. Dabney and Dr. Herman lead CBIS’ collaboration with DFCI.
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We are awaiting processing for the Exchange status changes to take effect!Happy Friday! and Congrats again Guys!
We are here, standing on Homeplate
We are awaiting processing for the Exchange status changes to take effect!
We will shut down the CSi-FR .003 price soon and focus on our Thermic product territory licensing and product distribution deals for much more and consistent cash flow to grow the Company.
Robert Kane is now following up and calling those who registered for the CSi-FR Investment calls. Whether you invested or not, got a call or not, don’t be Surprised when you hear from him. Robert will go over next steps and our numbers.
*** Feel free to call Robert Directly if your CSi-FR call was re-booked:
I have jumped over to focus on manufacturing, licensing, and product distribution. Things have changed quite a bit for us, and we have some exciting new developments/progress with Cannabis Science! and our manufacturing of our first Thermic Infrared Portable Heaters.
For the Record, Thermic Science (ENDO) acquires Cannabis Science (CSi), not the other way around:
Thermic Science International Corporation, formerly known as Omnicanna Health Solutions, Inc. aka Endocan Corporation. (WKN:A1W61J) (ISIN:US29271J1097) (OTC:ENDO)
Thermic Science Transfer Agent:
JASON M. BOGUTSKI ~ President
SIGNATURE STOCK TRANSFER, INC.
14673 MIDWAY ROAD ~ SUITE 220
ADDISON, TEXAS 75001
TELEPHONE ~ 972 612-4120
Jason at Signature is handling the Cannabis Science acquisition as Thermic Science acquired Cannabis Science not the other way around. STC is the Cannabis Science transfer agent, we do business with STC as a Cannabis Science client.
You/Broker/Everyone will be contacted by Signature Transfer Agent or the Company once your CSi shares are ready to be transferred into Thermic Science Class A shares. This is the Class of shares that we added to accommodate the share exchange. This is the main Goal, and we are here, we should be Celebrating, right after!
*** Initially, there will be “No Trading Symbol” for the “Class A” Thermic Science shares used to accommodate the Cannabis Science acquisition. We will do a Registration Statement with Preliminary and Definitive filings to bring our Cannabis Science shares back up to trade. This is accomplished by applying for a “NEW” trading symbol for the Class A shares of Thermic Science as described above. These are the Class of shares earmarked as replacement for all our Cannabis Science shares.
And yes, Everyone receives the Cannabis Science Loyalty Gift: 1 = 1.5 shares.
It’s Been a Tough Road, but we are here!
Congrats! And Thanks again for your Support, it means a lot!
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