With the medicinal cannabis industry constantly evolving, the way it is reported in the press is more important than ever. However, the two have always had a complex relationship, writes Hannah Adler. 

The quality, role, and importance of media reporting about medicinal cannabis has been debated in Australia since the new wave of lobbying for legalisation began in 2014. But is the old adage about all publicity being good publicity really true?

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Hannah Adler

Hannah is a communications professional and early-career researcher in the disciplines of health communication and health sociology. She is a PhD student at Griffith University currently writing a...

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