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A research initiative between Sundial Growers and the University of Saskatchewan will aim to determine whether cannabis could help improve quality of life for people with dementia. 

The study will give seniors living in two Saskatoon care homes the option to participate in the study that will be overseen by the university. As well as studying how cannabis affects those suffering from dementia, the University also hopes its research will investigate the drug’s impact on patient anxiety, aggression, sleep, pain, cognitive stabilization, and nutrition.
 
The study has not yet been approved by Health Canada but expects to be by Christmas. Given that time frame, as many as 50 or 60 seniors who are already lined up could be participating in the study in the first few months of the new year. 

Source: https://www.thestar.com/news/cannabis/2018/10/03/sundial-signs-deal-with-university-of-saskatchewan-to-research-effect-of-cannabis-on-dementia.html

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