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Medical Cannabis for those 50+


Medical Cannabis for those 50+

A webinar for people over the age of 50 considering medical cannabis as a treatment option for their arthritis.

Date: Tuesday, February 23  •  Time: 6 p.m. ET  •  Location: Online webinar

Limited capacity webinar. Register now and reserve your spot.

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Increasingly, people are exploring medical cannabis as a treatment option for their arthritis. It’s important to get the facts.

Join Dr. Paul Daeninck in an Arthritis Talks webinar discussing:

  • risks of medical cannabis use by people with arthritis over 50 years of age
  • known interactions between medical cannabis and other medications those over 50 may be taking
  • the recommended methods of taking medical cannabis
  • questions to ask your doctor about using medical cannabis

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  • Special Presentation by Apollo Cannabis Clinic

    Following the webinar portion of Arthritis Talks join Arash Taghvai, Manager of Clinical Affairs at Apollo Cannabis Clinics, at their virtual information booth to hear more about how Apollo can support patients looking for more information on medical cannabis.

    The link for the virtual information booth will be shared at the Arthritis Talks webinar.

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Have your questions answered...

Don’t miss this opportunity to ask Dr. Daeninck your questions. We encourage you to email your questions to us in advance at

Following the webinar portion of Arthritis Talks, you’ll have the opportunity to speak directly to our sponsor, Apollo Cannabis Clinics, at their virtual information booth.

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What participants say about Arthritis Talks...

★  1  ★ Thank you for another TOP NOTCH session. You are really showing the value of the Arthritis Society.
★  2  ★ I found this webinar presentation VERY informative & am so glad to be able to watch & hear the Rheumatologists. thank you so much!
★  3  ★ I thought the session was excellent and very professional. I am really impressed with the Arthritis Society, their information and both webinars I have well as the website which I refer to often and recommend to others.

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Dr. Paul Daeninck

Photography of Doctor Paul DaeninckDr. Paul Daeninck is a medical oncologist and palliative medicine consultant working with CancerCare Manitoba and the Winnipeg Region Palliative Care Program. He is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine at the Rady College of Medicine, University of Manitoba.

He has served with several Canadian organizations, including the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer, the Canadian Society of Palliative Care Physicians and the Canadian Consortium for the Investigation of Cannabinoids (CCIC). He is currently Co-Chair of the Examination Committee, Palliative Medicine Sub-specialty of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

Dr. Daeninck has authored or co-authored several research papers and textbook chapters. He serves as a reviewer for Canadian granting agencies and several medical journals. He is actively involved in education of medical professionals, including medical students and physician assistants. He has ongoing research interests in several aspects of palliative medicine.

His interest in the clinical use of cannabinoids goes back to 2000, when he joined the CCIC and began working with others having a similar interest. He has taught many health care professionals locally and nationally about cannabinoids and has regularly presented at the annual Cannabinoids in Clinical Practice symposium, as well as numerous local, national and international conferences.

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We thank the following for their support of this Arthritis Talks webinar.

Special thanks to our Exclusive Cannabis Sponsor

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Series Sponsors

Logo of sponsors: Novartis, United Way, British Columbia

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You can email or call us if you have questions.