How New York’s Marijuana Dosing Requirements Could Create A Valuable Big Data Industry

NEW YORK:  When the state of New York hands out five licenses to grow and sell medical marijuana sometime next month, one of the requirements for those dispensing the drug will be metered dosing similar to how other pharmaceutical industries operate.

An executive of at one of 43 companies to apply for the license says that dosage requirement could lead to a new era of marijuana big data that will change the way we think about cannabis.

“We’ve had legal cannabis for over 17 years in California and we have zero usable clinical data, because it’s got to be pegged to a dose,” said Andrei Bogulubov, executive vice president of Long Island-based PalliaTech, during a conversation yesterday at the Cannabis World Congress and Business Exposition at the Javits Center.

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