The 6th Installment in the Award-winning Series by Dr. Sanjay Gupta will Air on Sunday, December 19th at 9pm ET
BALTIMORE — Greater Cannabis Company, Inc. (“GCANRx” or the “Company”) (OTC: GCAN) a biopharmaceutical company pioneering development of next generation cannabinoid therapeutics is pleased to announce that its strategic advisor and developer of GCANRx’s licensed cannabinoid therapeutic, Dr. Adi Aran, M.D., will be interviewed as a world-renowned thought leader and pioneer in cannabis research on CNN’s Award-winning Series airing Sunday, December 19th at 9 pm ET.
In the original Award-winning documentary CNN chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta sets out around the globe to investigate the medical benefits of medical marijuana. WEED, which premiered in 2015, highlights the remarkable benefits of CBD and the changing laws granting parents and doctors the ability to use CBD in treating children. In this documentary, Gupta follows several families who have seen the miraculous benefits of the plant on their children struggling with autism. Dr. Aran is regarded as a world-renowned expert on autism and cannabinoid research and is credited with conducting pioneering clinical studies on the use of cannabinoid therapeutics in autism.
CNN Special Report WEED 6: Cannabis and Autism will stream live for cable subscribers via CNNgo (CNN.com/go and via CNNgo apps for Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire, Chromecast, Samsung Smart TV and Android TV) and on the CNN mobile apps for iOS and Android. The special will be available on demand beginning Sunday, December 19th via cable/satellite systems, CNNgo platforms and CNN mobile apps.
About Dr. Adi Aran, M.D.
Dr. Aran is a physician, scientist, respected key opinion leader and inventor of the cannabinoid neuropsychiatric therapeutic that the Company has licensed from Shaare Zedek Scientific Ltd. He is also the Director of Pediatric Neurology at Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem. Dr. Aran is well known for his pioneering study on cannabinoids in autistic children. He specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and related genetic disorders. His research is focused on the endocannabinoid system involvement in ASD and related genetic disorders and the evaluation of new therapies for the treatment of these disorders. Dr. Aran serves as a member of the International Society for Autism Research. He completed his medical studies at the Hebrew University and continued his training as Postdoctoral research fellow in Stanford, CA. Dr. Aran is regarded as a pioneer in the research of medical cannabis in Autism, a subject that is currently receiving public attention worldwide.
About Greater Cannabis Company: The Greater Cannabis Company (OTCQB: GCAN), (“GCANRx” or the “Company”) is a fully reporting publicly traded biopharmaceutical company focused on the development of new and effective cannabinoid therapeutics. The Company conducts medical research, and is pursuing clinical trials, to develop innovative cannabis-based treatments for various medical conditions and their symptoms with an initial focus on neuropsychiatric disorders. GCANRx’s mission is to bring its products to the global market for the benefit of patients seeking better solutions for their unmet medical needs.
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