This episode’s guest is Michelle Shuffett, MD. Michelle is an accomplished healthcare executive, marketing strategist, speaker, and wellness enthusiast with 20+ years of experience encompassing a unique blend of clinical medicine, communications, and leadership. Much of her recent work has been in the cannabis industry, highlighting the potential health benefits of cannabis and CBD.

She recently joined Radicle Science as a founding team member and Chief Growth Officer. At its core, Radicle is a Rebellion against the status quo of healthcare and research and a movement towards democratized, personalized medicines that have the potential to deliver well-being for all future generations.

As you can expect, with a description like that, we talk a lot about what Radicle is doing to achieve those goals. We also discuss:

Michelle’s journey from practicing physician to cannabis researcher
Challenges with traditional clinical research
Lack of reliable data on the effectiveness of natural products
How Radicle Science recruits participants and collects data
Ongoing and upcoming studies Radicle Sciences is conducting
Thanks to This Episode’s Sponsor: Cannabis Patient Care Magazine

Cannabis Patient Care magazine is an educational resource for patients, medical professionals, caregivers, and advocates on the latest research, benefits, and treatment options medical cannabis provides for a variety of illnesses.

Visit cannapatientcare.com to learn more.

Additional Resources
Radiclescience.com
Radicle Science LinkedIn Page
CannMed Community Board (Facebook Group)
Healthcare Provider Medical Cannabis Research Study

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