Project Twenty21 - July Update

In this update, find out what GPs think about medical cannabis as we celebrate 1000 patients joining Project Twenty21. We share updates on the project, including new clinics and data insights, as well as initiatives working to improve medical cannabis in the UK. We also announce new events related to the project and medical cannabis  …


Project Twenty21 - June Update

In this update, we reveal a new clinical analysis of epilepsy T21 epilepsy patients and share the latest data and patient stories from Project Twenty21. We also announce new events related to the project and medical cannabis more generally. Learn more about Project Twenty21 Over the past month, we’ve been working away behind the scenes  …


Project Twenty21 - May Update

In this update, we reveal the first paper to be published from Project Twenty21! We also share the latest data and patient experiences, as well as a video showing what it’s like to be a prescriber with Project Twenty21. We also announce new events related to the project and medical cannabis more generally. Learn more  …


Project Twenty21 - April Update

In this update, we reveal the latest data and patient experiences with Project Twenty21, and reveal some exciting news from NICE.  We also announce new events related to the project and how you can get involved. Learn more about Project Twenty21 Last month we asked for your stories, and we’re thrilled with the response we  …


Charlie Hughes’ family drop their court case against NICE

We are greatly encouraged by the news that NICE updated their guidelines around medical cannabis for children with severe epilepsy. The clinical guidance now clearly states: ‘There is no recommendation against the use of cannabis-based medicinal products’ – meaning that Matt and Ali Hughes were able to drop their court case over the prescribing guidelines  …


Project Twenty21 - March Update

Last month we asked for your stories, and we’re thrilled with the response we received. These provide us with valuable insights and snapshots into the experiences of our patients, both the benefits and the challenges. Thank you so much for submitting these, and we would love to gather more of these stories in the coming  …