You have failed qualification for the following reason/s:

It is unlikely that you will receive approval for medicinal cannabis if you do not suffer from one of the conditions listed.

The TGA specifies you must first seek conventional approved treatments first, before trying medicinal cannabis.

You must be an Australian resident to qualify for medicinal cannabis through the Cannabis Access Clinics service.

To speak with a healthcare consultant about this screening, call 1300-991-477.


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