LAS VEGAS, Oct. 9, 2015 (Globe Newswire) – Verde Science, Inc. (VRCI), a Pharmaceutical Research and Development Company focused on developing a portfolio of cannabinoid based prescription medicines to meet patients’ needs for a wide range of medical conditions, is pleased to announce that along with some renowned research scientists it intends to study the treatment potential of a cannabis preparation (Nabiximols) in the treatment of Huntingdon’s Disease as a sponsor at 2 universities in North America. The study as currently designed will be a double-blind, placebo controlled protocol with 48 subjects.
Harp Sangha, CEO of Verde Science commented, “We will be embarking on our first research study into the potential of cannabis preparations to treat medical conditions and improve lives. Our team is excited to approach this milestone and is hopeful that it will lead to an efficacious and commercially viable pharmaceutical product and additional research studies for treating other medical conditions.”
About Verde Science, Inc. (VRCI-OTCQB)
Verde Science, Inc. (trading symbol VRCI-OTCQB) is an early stage pharmaceutical organization that has built a research team focused on developing a portfolio of cannabinoid prescription medicines to meet patient needs in a wide range of medical conditions. Verde’s scientists have identified a number of promising areas in which to begin its immediate R&D program, which will initially be based in India. The Verde Science team of inter-disciplinary researchers includes scientists in Bioprocess Engineering, Nanotechnology, Molecular Biology, Pharmaceutical Sciences and Bio-Medical Devices that is focused on a streamlined approach to the development of innovative treatment protocols aimed at capturing considerable market share.
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Harp Sangha, Chairman
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