The Latin American cannabis producer, Blueberries Health-related Corp. has announced a joint venture agreement with the New York-primarily based International Analysis Center on Cannabis and Mental Wellness (IRCCMH) for the formulation of solutions and improvement of health-related education applications for physicians and sufferers in Latin America.
IRCCMH creates education applications for sufferers and physicians and has advised many states like California, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Utah on the creation and implementation of cannabis applications.
“This collaboration agreement with IRCCMH delivers an outstanding chance for Blueberries to leverage IRCCMH’s deep sector experience to assistance educate physicians in Latin America and create health-related remedies for sufferers in the Latin American marketplace and beyond,” mentioned IRCCMH CEO, Dr. Patricio Stocker in a statement. “The agreement will emphasize education for prescribing medical doctors and sufferers and deliver educational tools for all parties.”
Dr. Stocker says that their alliance will guarantee the improvement of solutions and remedies necessary by the health-related neighborhood and an effective course of action for reaching sufferers.
IRCCMH Jan Roberts says that their new affiliation will assistance Blueberries establish themselves as a leader in health-related cannabis therapy in Latin America and influence a “growing segment of health-related therapy with cannabis” in that element of the planet.
The rollout of the system will be accomplished by means of El Manantial Health-related Centers in Bogota which will deliver the platform, sufferers, and other important sources and commercialize solutions created by means of the partnership.