Cannabis has finally reached one of the main stages of discussion and presentation of health trends in Brazil. From May 3rd to 6th, Sechat, a content platform about the plant, its uses and businesses, will take the first editions of the Medical Cannabis Fair and the Brazilian Congress of Medicinal Cannabis to Expo Center Norte, in São Paulo. The events take place within the scope of Medical Fair Brasil, the Brazilian edition of MEDICA, a German fair that is considered the largest event in the medical-hospital industry in the world. According to the organizers, more than 15,000 professionals in the area should pass through the pavilions in the four days of programming.
The Medical Cannabis Fair is free to enter, but tickets are required to attend the Congressional debates. in this website. At the event, more than 70 professionals linked to the cannabis universe will address topics such as the medicinal use of the herb, the challenges and opportunities surrounding its regulation, as well as the prospects for investments and businesses in the sector. The list of speakers and debaters includes doctors who prescribe cannabis in Brazil, legislators, entrepreneurs, investors, journalists, researchers, entrepreneurs and other experts on the topic. According to the organization, the debates will offer different views on the present and future of the plant, its social, economic, political importance and the importance of regulation for the development of a sustainable and accessible industry for doctors and patients.
The fair, in turn, will bring together more than 30 exhibitors from countries such as Brazil, the United States, Israel and Uruguay, among others. Solutions for the medicinal use of Cannabis in different patients and clinical conditions will be exhibited, as well as services for health professionals working in the sector and interested in knowing more about the plant and its therapeutic properties. In addition to the content, which promises to be very rich and comprehensive, these events will help cannabis to deepen its presence among the medical and healthcare community. It is a global movement with no return that, finally, is consolidated in Brazil through the effort of doctors, entrepreneurs and enthusiasts who work to build a serious business environment, qualified and supported by facts and data, to expand the use of medicinal cannabis in the country.
PS: I will participate as a mediator in the panel “Cannabis market in Brazil and in the world”, on the 5th, from 1:30 pm to 3 pm.