BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) – Louisiana State University has completed its contract with a company that will grow medical marijuana and says the drug is expected to reach patients by mid-2018.

cheaper alternative to metronidazole The LSU AgCenter announced Monday its deal with Las Vegas-based GB Sciences is signed. The AgCenter says the company will start renovating its production facility immediately.

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buy augmentin in Canada Lawmakers agreed to a framework for dispensing medical marijuana in 2015, but only allowed the agricultural centers at LSU and Southern University to grow the product. Southern hasn’t yet chosen its grower.

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watch The law will eventually get medicinal-grade marijuana to people with cancer, a severe form of cerebral palsy, seizure disorders, epilepsy, muscular dystrophy and other diseases.

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click GB Sciences has agreed to pay LSU $3.4 million over five years or 10 percent of gross receipts, whichever is higher.

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